Dubravko Kremenović, Chief Inspector in the Unit for Organized Crime and Drugs of the Directorate for Organized and Serious Crime of the RS Ministry of the Interior, was removed from that position today. Guerrilla Info has come to this information. He was one of the four chief inspectors in that unit, and the unit has fifteen more criminal inspectors. Chief inspectors are conducting investigations. Kremenović recently conducted an investigation called “Fiscal Cashier” operation, in which several searches were conducted in December last year under the supervision of the Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office. In the action, 26 well-known Banja Luka catering facilities and one in Prijedor were searched, due to suspicions that the caterers do not pay taxes. As part of the action, extensive documentation was excluded, which was supposed to serve as evidence.
However, the action will not have an epilogue because the evidence was excluded illegally, the media in Banja Luka announced about ten days ago. Interestingly, the evidence was excluded one day after the court order expired. Our sources from the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republika Srpska claim that it is even more interesting that we waited for the last day for the exclusion of evidence because the court order is valid for quite a long time, fifteen days.
Dubravko Kremenović, unofficially, was transferred to the position of criminal inspector at the Obilićevo Police Station in Banja Luka.
We sent questions to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republika Srpska regarding the dismissal of Dubravko Kremenović. We also asked for their comment on the failed action of the Fiscal Cash Register, as well as on the allegations that the evidence was excluded the day after the expiration of the court order. We will publish the answers when and if we receive them.
By the way, the name of Inspector Kremenović became known to the general public in Banja Luka and Republika Srpska after David Dragičević’s mother, Suzana Radanović, brought him in connection with the disappearance and murder of her son, which was reported by numerous media in BiH. In July 2019, the Ministry of the Interior asked the prosecution to investigate these allegations. Kremenović sharply denied those claims, and in the denial he sent to the media that published Suzana Radanović’s claims, he stated that he suffered non-material damage because of everything.
Considering that Suzana Radanović personally called a member of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republika Srpska for the murder, we ask that the District Public Prosecutor’s Office make a public statement about it. We call on the prosecution, if it has evidence, to act in accordance with the law, because everyone who is determined to be responsible for a crime should be held accountable before the judicial authorities in accordance with the law, “the MUP Srpska said in a statement at the time.
The Banja Luka District Prosecutor’s Office called on David Dragicevic’s mother to submit evidence for their claims, and they later announced that they were not conducting an investigation against any known and specific NN. persons already against several unknown persons for the crime of murder. An order not to conduct an investigation was later issued.