Deputy Head of State Traffic Safety Inspectorate of Magnitogorsk will go on trial for covering of marshrootkas' drivers
The policeman is charged with the swindling, abuse of offical powers and bribery.
The Criminal Investigation Division of the ICR in Chelyabinsk region has completed the investigation of the criminal case against the ex-Deputy Head of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate in Magnitogorsk Aleksandr Abilev. The policeman is charged with the swindling, abuse of offical powers and bribery.
According to investigators, Abilov has regularly received bribes in the form of money, property and property-related services from representatives of companies engaged in passenger and cargo transportation. In total, the police received over 800 thousand rubles. Bribe-givers avoided fines while regularly paid tribute to Abilov, because the Deputy Head of the Traffic Police ordered to subordinates not to draw up protocols on administrative violations in the companies' representatives. Thus traders shunned checks of the technical condition of transport, warned of raids and inspections and were not responsible for violation of traffic rules. The investigation also found that in 2015 Abiliov, abusing the trust, received 10 thousand rubles for allegedly rendered help in the exam of receiving a driver's license.
Total it was found 17 criminal episodes. A senior police officer is charged under articles Swindling (part 3 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code), Abuse of official powers (part 1 of Art. 285 of the Criminal Code), Bribe-Taking (item (b), part 3 of Art . 290 of the Criminal Code), and Petty Bribe-Taking (part 1 of Art. 291.2 of the Criminal Code).
The criminal case was sent for review to the court.
As previously reported the CrimeRussia, Abilov and several officers were arrested February 11, 2016 at their workplace in the course of operational and investigative activities.
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