Drymanov manages to re-register rent-free penthouse on his and his daughters’ names before arrest
The apartment of 220 square meters is located in the center of Moscow.
The former head of the ICR’s Moscow Directorate, Alexander Drymanov, managed to re-register his apartment in the center of Moscow before his arrest. This is reported by Telegram-channel Mash.
A two-storey penthouse with an area of 220 square meters was allocated to the family of the general several years ago. It is located in the residential complex Smolenskaya Zastava in the center of Moscow.
It is noteworthy that the apartment was transferred to Drymanov and his two daughters joint ownership at the beginning of this year when information had transpired that the then head of the capital's Directorate of the ICR could become a person of interest in the criminal case regarding the bribes from mafia lord Shakro Molodoy.
Drymanov was taken into custody by a court decision on charges of receiving two bribes. It is assumed that the amount of one of them was 10 thousand Euros. The general himself denies his guilt.
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