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Police detained Levan Khachaturian for damaging the fence of “Georgian dream” office
16:25 01.09.2012
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Tetritskaro Regional Police officers detained Levan Khachaturian. 
According to the information of the MIA, he damaged the fence surrounding “Georgian Dream” office at certain areas and verbally assaulted those who were in the office. 
Khachaturian is accused under the article 166 envisaged by the Administrative Violations Code of Georgia. In accordance with the Court’s decision he was sentenced to sixty (60) days of imprisonment.
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