Head of Federal Bailiff Service in Ulyanovsk pockets salaries of ghost employees
For nearly two years, nonexistent driver and building worker got their salaries.
The Federal Bailiff Service (FBS) in the Ulyanovsk region has been accused of fraud, said the regional prosecutor's office. It turned out that the Head of the FBS management department Irina Eremeeva practiced hiring ghost employees, registering them under false documents.
Examination established that when Eremeeva was on maternity leave her deputy Denis Kalenkov continued her fraudulent business.
Between December 2012 and September 2016 salaries and bonuses were accrued to the ghost driver and ghost building worker to be pocketed by the corrupt officials. The total amount of budget funds embezzlement is estimated at 225 thousand rubles.
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