A decision will be made on the 11th whether to arrest a driver in his 20s who is suspected of hitting a passerby while driving a Rolls Royce while taking drugs.
At 11:00 a.m. on the same day, chief judge Yoo Chang-hun of the Seoul Central District Court interrogated the suspect (warrant review) before arresting Mr. Shin (28) and examined whether an arrest investigation was necessary.
On the 9th, the Seoul Gangnam Police Station applied for an arrest warrant for Shin on charges of dangerous driving under the Aggravated Punishment Act for Specific Crimes and drug driving under the Road Traffic Act.
According to the police, Shin is suspected of driving a Rolls-Royce vehicle on the road near Exit 4 of Apgujeong Station in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul at around 8:10 pm on the 2nd, and driving into the sidewalk, injuring a woman in her 20s.
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At 11:50 am on the same day, Shin came out after the warrant review and said, “I’m sorry to the victim.” He did not answer other questions recently, including whether he had taken drugs.
Immediately after the accident, Shin detected ketamine, a psychoactive drug, in a simple drug test. On the same day, it was investigated that another psychotropic drug, midazolam and diazepam, was administered at the hospital and got behind the wheel.
The police arrested Shin as a red-handed criminal and released him the next day after confirming that he had received hospital treatment. Since then, the National Institute of Scientific Investigation has detected seven types of psychotropic drugs, including ketamine. The police plan to investigate the purpose of drug administration and decide whether to add charges of violating the Narcotics Control Act.
Shin said in an interview on YouTube the previous day, “Caracula Detective Agency,” that he did not remember the situation well, but that he had taken relief measures immediately after the accident and claimed that he had not recently taken drugs.
Shin was caught taking methamphetamine five times between July 2016 and March of the following year, and was sentenced to one year in prison and three years probation.