Seven days in detention!Man turns van into ‘mobile gas station’

2022-05-12 0 By

Jimu news reporter Gao Wei correspondent Yang Qiu February 24, Jimu news reporter from Hubei Jingzhou Public Security Bureau Jinan ecological culture tourism district branch, illegal sales of inflammable and explosive dangerous goods Wang mou has been given administrative detention for seven days by the public security organ.A few days ago, Jingzhou City Jingzhou district fire and rescue brigade joint public security organs to carry out joint law enforcement, passing by a construction site, see a man Wang mou from the modified van out of the refueling pipe gun, to fill a car with gasoline.Fire personnel and public security police immediately stepped forward to stop, and wang summoned to the police station for investigation.After investigation, in early January, wang, who opened an excavator, heard that selling oil can make money, and illegally refit a van, with a gasoline tank and refueling pipe gun in the compartment, with a total capacity of about 300 liters.Wang bought gasoline from illegal sources and filled his private car on rural roads at 20 cents below the market price.In front of the evidence, Wang confessed to illegal sales of flammable and explosive dangerous goods.Wang confessed, from the beginning to be seized, selling more than 200 liters of gasoline, a total of tens of dollars.Fire rescue personnel on Wang’s illegal behavior of severe criticism of education, the scene to popularize fire common sense and laws and regulations, Wang also recognized their own serious mistakes.According to the “Fire Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China” and “Law of the People’s Republic of China on Public security Management punishment” relevant provisions, Wang was given administrative detention for seven days in accordance with the law.More exciting information please download “extreme news” client in the application market, do not reprint without authorization, welcome to provide news clues, once adopted will pay.24-hour information hotline 027-86777777.