Deputy Head of Moscow region's Pushkinsky district placed under house arrest for bribery
Roman Eliseev is charged with attempted fraud in the amount of one million rubles.
The court placed under Deputy Head of the Pushkinsky District Administration Roman Eliseev, who is charged with attempted fraud by 1 million rubles, under house arrest. It is reported by the Moscow ICR's press service.
According to investigators, Eliseev spreaded the word in some circles about his "extensive contacts", as a result of an acquaintance offered him one million rubles for assistance in obtaining permission to install an advertising structure in the Pushkinsky district of the Moscow region.
As the ICR pointed out, in fact, the accused had no such a possibility, but intended to embezzle the money.
Eliseev was arrested on the eve of January 19 upon receiving of money in Moscow. With respect to him the criminal case of attempted fraud was initiated. The Deputy Head of the district Administration admitted his guilt in full.
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