City of Bryansk: District head faces trial for taking bribe
The Office of Investigations of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in Bryansk opened a criminal case against Volodarsky District Head Artur Kireychenkov. He has not yet been arrested and is free for now. Court has yet to decide what pre-trial restriction to impose on him.
The case was opened following an inspection by the Department of the FSB in the Region, according to bryansktoday.ru.
Artur Kireychenkov was appointed the Volodarsky District Head in January of 2016, according to Bryansk media outlets. He worked as the Town of Bely Berega Administration Head prior to that.
Kireychenkov is suspected of taking a bribe from the head of a local for-profit company. No specifics of the criminal case have been outlined yet.
According to bryansktoday.ru, Kireychenkov is known as a harsh supervisor who dismissed several District Administration functionaries among the district public officials.
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