Kaluga bailiffs, together with colleagues from the regional traffic police, carried out another raid using the “Road bailiff” hardware and software complex. As the press service of the UFSSP reported on Tuesday, May 4, the result was the arrest of five cars and the collection of 25 thousand rubles of debt.
The raid was traditionally carried out in the Annenki microdistrict of Kaluga. Two crews of bailiffs and police officers were stationed on Kaluga-Bor and Annenki streets – the first was looking at the traffic flow and identifying the cars of debtors, the second was stopping the cars.
For several hours of work, the bailiffs talked with the drivers of more than 40 vehicles. They offered to pay off debts on the spot, or say goodbye to property. These were debts in fines for traffic violations, as well as to citizens.
They were arrested Nissan Tiida, Hyundai Solaris, Daewoo Matiz, Ford Focus and Lada 2110. Their owners have accumulated various debts – 300 thousand for material damage, loans for 160, 90 and 80 thousand rubles, as well as 40 thousand debt for taxes. Now Kaluga residents have 10 working days to pay off their debt, otherwise their property will go under the hammer.