Ex-deputy chief of Dubna police dept detained $23,000-bribe
Oksana Anilina is suspected of mediating the transfer of a bribe.
In the evening of March 21, FSB officers detained Oksana Anilina, a former deputy head of the police department for the city of Dubna, RBC reports citing a source in the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Moscow.
Details of the case have not been disclosed, but a source reports that the 38-year-old Anilina is suspected of receiving 1.5 million rubles ($23,000) for mediation in bribery. A policewoman was detained in Klin near Moscow while receiving the money.
According to the source, Anilina earlier was transferred from the Dubna Police Department. The department’s website indicates that she occupies the post of deputy head of a Department Ministry of Internal Affairs.
It is reported that members of the district department of the FSB and employees of the M department of the FSB in Moscow and the Moscow region, which oversees the activities of law enforcement agencies, took part in the arrest.
Oksana Anilina has been working in the police since 2003. In the Dubna Internal Affairs, she was in charge of investigations. The press service of the the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for Moscow said that Anilina would be dismissed from the internal affairs bodies and be punishmed in the order provided by law; her managements would be brought to disciplinary responsibility as well.
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