Accused of receiving bribe ex-deputy mayor of Syktyvkar deported to Russia from USA
The official is incriminated taking of 10 million rubles during his work on the municipal order.
Former deputy mayor of Syktyvkar Sergey Luchenkov is deported from the USA to Russia. The official is accused of taking of a bribe in the amount of 10 million rubles, the official representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Irina Volk reported.
Thus, according to the investigators, in 2006 Sergey Luchenkov being the deputy mayor of the city of Syktyvkar got a bribe, supervising work of department of the municipal order. Criminal case was initiated against the official but he managed to escape - Luchenkov was released on recognizance.
Later the ex-deputy head of the city was put on the wanted list on channels of the Interpol. On Wednesday, February 22, accompanied by the staff of immigration-customs police of the USA he was brought to Moscow.
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