A police officer who is accused of killing one man and injuring another in an off-duty shooting incident in the East Bohemian town of Vysoké Mýto at the weekend has been remanded in custody. The two victims were doormen at a disco in the town. A witness said the officer and two other men had attempted to enter the disco for free, insisting they were taking part in a police operation. A police spokesperson said the officer, who is 42, had been held on remand for fear he could either flee or attempt to influence witnesses.
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