Head of anti-corruption directorate of Voronezh central office of MIA got hooked for bribery
Criminal case into swindling attempt has been initiated against Evgeny Mladov.
Head of a department of the economic security and anti-corruption directorate of the central office of MIA in Voronezh region Evgeny Mladov has been detained while taking a bribe, reports Vesti Voronezh. Criminal case into swindling attempt has been initiated against the policeman (item 3 of article 30, item 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
Mladov is reported to have demanded for 10 million rubles ($155.5 thousand) from a local businessman in return for assistance in stopping a criminal case and shortening of the damage amount from a tax crime the latter he had committed. Employees of the Federal Security Service and the Investigative Committee of Russia detained the policeman on the night of May 21 when he was receiving a 3 million rubles ($46.6 thousand) bribe - which was the second part of the consideration - through an intermediary.
The money was seized at the scene. Searches were carried out in the apartment and office of the accused. At the present time, pretrial detention of Mladov is being considered. Investigators are determining the details of the incident.
The media office of the central office of MIA in Voronezh region noted that inspection into Mladov is expected to be carried out. As soon as the inspection, there’s a chance executives of the accused are going to be disciplined.
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