DMV-AM makes blitz in Manacapuru and grasps 129 vehicles with irregularities

of 129 vehicles removed, 115 motorcycles were, eight cars and six trucks. A vehicle with plate cloned and tampered chassis was seized
18/01/2018 17h34 - Updated 19/01/2018 15h46
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The State Department Amazon Transit (DMV-AM) seized 129 vehicles and plowed 251 infraction during inspection Manacapuru (68 kilometers from Manaus), on the morning of Thursday (18). Determined by the Department of Public Safety (SSP-AM), the operation begins to raids in the state with the focus on curbing the trade in stolen vehicles.

The supervisory barrier was soon assembled at the city gate, on Highway Manoel Urbano. Five trucks were needed to house the seized irregular motorcycles. of 129 vehicles removed, 115 motorcycles were, eight cars and six trucks. A vehicle with plate cloned and tampered chassis was seized. The vehicle belonged to a farmer, who said he bought the bike to work. Or case will be investigated.

"The determination of the governor Amazonino Mendes is to support municipalities. They are happening many assaults, mainly using motorcycles. Then the DMV will its role, strengthening inspections to collaborate with the public safety ", said the CEO of the State Traffic Department, Vinícius Diniz.

not inside, the inspection work will be intensified until Carnival, focusing on Greater Manaus. All municipalities will undergo operations along these lines, said Security Secretary, Bosco Saraiva. In addition to strengthening the regularity and traffic conditions of these vehicles, the goal is to fight crime.

"In this blitz today, witness reporting that motorcyclists were assaulted by other motorcycle people. When a motorcycle is irregular with all documentation, has no documentation, the authorities assume that it can is serving the marginality, trafficking and assault. Let's do a security reordering throughout the interior and all these procedures come, very soon, to all municipalities ", Saraiva stressed.


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