Full name: Moroz Alexander Anatolievich

Date of birth:

Place of birth: Donetsk region, the city of Volnovakha

Places of residence:

Donetsk region, Volnovakha

  • ul. 79 Narimanova St;
  • ul. Kommunarov St., 77;
  • ul. 80 Narimanova St.

Passport of a citizen of Ukraine: VA055388

Identification number: 2850704599

Rank: Captain

Driver’s license: JANA737912

Personal vehicle: FOTON BJ1049

License plate: AH1836IX

Mobile number: +380991180695

Occupation: member of the so-called “DnRpeople’s militia

Labor Path:


  • A district police officer of the Volnovakha District Police Department of the Chief Directorate of the National Police in Donetsk Region;
  • Head of precinct police of the Volnovakha district department of the national police of the Main Department in the Donetsk region;
  • tn employee. MIA “dnr“;
  • dnr police officer;
  • district police officer of the Volnovakha district police department of the Donetsk region;
  • Inspector of the traffic police of the Volnovakha District Department of the so-called People’s Militia of the “DnR”;
  • an employee of the so-called people’s militia of the “dnr ” in Volnovakha, Donetsk region.

Going over to the side of the occupant:

He consciously took the side of the occupant and decided to serve in the law enforcement bodies of the so-called people’s militia of the “DnR”.

Gave the occupation troops information about the personnel of the Volnovakha district branch, the addresses of residence of relatives. Also, being already a former chief of precinct officers of the Volnovakha district department, he passed on information about the residents of the district of interest, including: wealthy people, Ukrainian patriots, and combatants. Provided the aggressor with the entire available vehicle fleet and weapons storage facilities of the Volnovakha District Police Department.

Moreover, from time to time he visited his acquaintances and colleagues, from whom he learned the information of interest, and then passed it on to the occupiers. He sought out the leadership of the Volnovakha district branch to transmit a proposal for cooperation with the occupiers.

He made tip-offs to places of residence of ATO/OSS participants with the purposeof further beating.

Under the guise of a Ukrainian police officer, he was seeking information about the location of equipment and the number of personnel of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. He expressed a desire to cooperate with the FSB in the Rostov region.