Ex-official of Ryazan’s Administration to face trial for bribe taking
Deputy chief of Administration on development of engineering communications of management of capital construction Sergey Solodov is incriminated receiving of 250 thousand rubles.
The Investigative Committee in the Ryazan region completed investigation of criminal case against former deputy chief of Administration on development of engineering communications of management of capital construction Sergey Solodov, who is incriminated taking of a bribe of 250 thousand rubles through intermediary Anatoly Sukhov. Money was transferred from director of construction company Alexey Kiselyov for ‘trouble-free’ input of a house in operation.
According to investigators, the incident occurred in April, 2016. Besides, three more episodes of criminal activity of Sukhov were established during the investigation. Thus, it is supposed that in February, 2016 he agreed to give help to the acquaintance and received from him 400 thousand rubles for transfer as a bribe to officials of city administration. In exchange he promised the businessman obtaining the permission for construction of a housing estate. At the same time the defendant was not going to give the specified sum as a bribe. Having received money on February 20 he kept them.
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