Deputy chief of traffic police in Bryansk was detained three years after bribe-taking
Staff of the Federal Security Service established that the law enforcement authority has received 20 thousand rubles ($346).
Deputy chief of the Bryansk Administration of the State Road Traffic Inspectorate lieutenant colonel Dmitry Lepetyukh is detained by the staff of the Federal Security Service for bribe-taking of 20 thousand rubles ($346). The press service of the Investigative Committee of the area reports about it.
It is remarkable that the crime was committed three years ago when Lepetyukh held a position of the chief of the office of the traffic police and interaction with law enforcement agencies. It is established that he got a bribe of 20 thousand rubles ($346). Other details are not reported.
In the nearest future, the measure of suppression will be chosen to the detainee.
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