A man in his 30s, a gangster follower who was drunk on drugs, ran away from downtown Ulsan and damaged 10 vehicles, was sentenced to prison.

At the time, the police fired 11 live bullets at the man's vehicle and arrested him.

The 5th Criminal Division of the Ulsan District Court announced today (3rd) that Mr. A, who was handed over to trial on charges of violating the Narcotics Control Act, was sentenced to 6 years in prison.

Mr. A was arguing with his wife in his foreign-made sport utility vehicle (SUV) at dawn in December last year, and when he got angry, he drove his car and crashed into a parking breaker and trash can at the entrance of the nearby Ulsan Prosecutor's Office.

A witness reported a suspicion of drunk driving, and a police officer rushed to the scene and tried to measure A's breath.

Person A ran about 3.8 km through the city center and entered the parking lot of the annex of Ulsan City Hall.

When the police chased and stopped him, Mr. A attempted to escape again, and the police arrested Mr. A by firing 11 live bullets into his vehicle.

In the process of escaping, Mr. A collided with 4 police cars and 8 regular vehicles, causing property damage worth 70 million won in total.

It was revealed that Mr. A was taking methamphetamine before arguing with his wife that day.

Person A was also tried with the charge of hiring young women to serve customers while running an entertainment pub.

The court explained the reason for the sentence, saying, "There are several criminal convictions, and the risk of this crime was very high."

(Photo = provided by Ulsan City, Yonhap News)