General Drymanov gets residential permit in Volgograd before arrest

General Drymanov gets residential permit in Volgograd before arrest
Alexander Drymanov Photo: RBC

The ex-Head of the capital's ICR Main Department tried to obtain the attorney’s status through the Advocates’ Chamber of the region.

Former Head of the capital's ICR Main Department Alexander Drymanov registered in a two-storey mansion in Volgograd in June. RIA Novosti reports this with reference to a source in law enforcement.

According to the interlocutor of the agency, the silovik needed a residence permit in the Volgograd region, since he was going to obtain the status of an attorney through the Advocates’ Chamber of the region. The source specified that the residence was granted in June this year.

The owner of the cottage is unknown. The correspondent of the agency, who visited Volgograd, could not clarify this information with the residents. The cottage in which Drymanov is registered is a two-storey building with a high brick fence, a well-groomed lawn in front of the gate. Nobody opened the door.

The agency notes that the district in which the house is located is a luxury one - the minimum cost of the mansion is about 7 million rubles ($110.650).

Recall Drymanov drew up a service apartment of 220 square meters in the center of Moscow for himself and two daughters at the beginning of the year.

The General was arrested on July 16. He is charged with receiving two bribes - in a large and especially large scale. It is assumed that he received 200 thousand dollars, which are part of a bribe of $1 million transferred by representatives of Shakro Molodoy to ICR officers through businessman Dmitry Smychkovsky.

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