FSB is gunning for Head of South-East Municipal District’s Directorate of Internal Affairs
The CrimeRussia recognized the exclusive details of the criminal case, which is being investigated in relation to senior detective of Moscow South-East Municipal District’s Directorate of Internal Affairs. The officer of third operations and search division Petr Solovyov was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the city gang of carjackers’ activity.
As informed source reported to us, the detention of the senior detective is the culmination of a large-scale FSB’s examination of all the South-East Municipal District’s Directorate of Internal Affairs. According to the source, in recent years the FSB received a large amount of material about the involvement of Head of South-East Municipal District’s Directorate of Internal Affairs Boris Pishchulin in improper activities. Rehearsing the data and trying to take control under the police work in all South-Eastern District of Moscow, FSB's officers found out that one of Pishchulin's secondary, while being the officer of the carjacking’s department, had involvement in carjacking.
“The detention of Soloviev is the culmination of the case, developed around South-East Municipal District’s Directorate of Internal Affairs and its Head Pishchulin”, said the informed source to the CrimeRussia.
In addition, the source said that the examination is carried out into a non-disclosure behavior of classified information, that is the procedure of storage and access. The source said that against the backdrop of festering corruption scandal Pishchulin was asked to resign, but he refused.
Recall that on June 11 members of the criminal group were detained in Moscow Region after the carjacking of Nissan Patrol and the Infiniti Q70. The suspects had cash amounting to 1.4 million rubles, tools for breaking into cars and turning off the alarm, the keys to the car ignition locks, and sets of registration plates.
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