Deputy head of MIA logistics section put under house arrest for embezzlement
Dmitry Koshelev is to be dismissed from the internal bodies, MIA reports.
The Presnensky District Court of Moscow has elected a preventive measure for Deputy Head of the Moscow MIA department, Dmitry Koshelev, who had been previously detained for embezzlement.
As reported by Interfax citing Court Press Secretary Aleksey Chernikov, Dmitry Koshelev will be under house arrest until December 18.
The detention of the deputy head of the Moscow MIA logistics section was reported yesterday. According to an inspection, during the acceptance of works performed by a third-party organization as part of the state contract, Koshelev signed an acceptance certificate, although he knew that the work had not been carried out in full. A criminal case under Abuse of official powers (Art. 285 of the Russian Criminal Code) has been initiated against Koshekev. The MIA has announced that he is to be dismissed from the internal affairs for negative reasons and punished in accordance with the law.
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