Tsenko Chokov, the controversial mayor of Galiche in northwestern Bulgaria, was released on bail by a court on Monday.
A taxi driver was wounded in the abdomen on Saturday evening after an unknown perpetrator fired at him in the neighborhood of Nadezhda, Sofia.
Police registered more than 8000 offenses in just a week, half of them committed in the presence of an officer, the Interior Ministry says.
An unknown perpetrator fired shots at a bus moving along Line 76 in Sofia on Monday, police and media report.
A second indictment will be filed on Monday against former Bulgarian intelligence head Kircho Kirov, the prosecution says.
The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office says it has filed an indictment against outgoing Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev with the court.
The District Court of Plovdiv is to rule on Monday on a request to remove Mayor Ivan Totev from office.
The Specialized Criminal Court on Sunday decided to keep five customs officers working at the agency's Varna unit in custody after they had been indicted on corruption charges.
Outgoing Bulgarian Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova said on Sunday she had "no information" when asked to comment on news that Turkish police had gracked down on a massive people smuggling ring.
The Prosecutor’s Office has indicted only five of the 25 customs officers detained on Friday at port Varna – west.
It is expected that the court will decide on Saturday how many of the 25 customs officers detained at Varna-west Customs House will be indicted on charges of participating in an organised criminal group for demanding and receiving bribes.
A total of BGN 700,000 has been discovered in the homes of detained customs officers and employee rooms at Varna Customs Office, reported 24 chasa.
More than three years after receiving bribes, three customs officers have been sentenced but at first instance only.
A court ruled on Monday the mayor of Galiche village, Tsenko Chokov, is to be released from custody and placed under house arrest for health reasons.
Outgoing Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev received a new summons to the Sofia Investigation Office late in December, his institution says.
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