Head of Investigative Branch of Lefortovo Police Department found himself under investigation
He is suspected of embezzling more than 7 million rubles, seized under a criminal case.
The Deputy Head of the Investigation Branch of the Lefortovo District Police Department in Moscow Anzar Shulay is suspected of embezzlement of more than 7 million rubles, seized one of the criminal cases. Meanwhile, Life reported that the amount of appropriated money and valuables is more than 60 million rubles.
According to investigators, Anzor Shulay in the period from August 2015 to May 2016 appropriated funds, withdrawn on his production criminal case. The ICR did not tell the exact amount of money assigned to, pointing out that there were "not less than 7 million rubles." To cover up his crime, the Head of the Investigative Department conspired with the victim in the same criminal case and convinced him to give a false testimony for a cash consideration in the framework of investigation. The man had to announce that he had been stolen not 400 thousand rubles, but 10 million rubles, as well as to falsify a receipt, confirming the fact of belonging to him this amount. The man refused to help the police to assign millions, and surrendered him to his colleagues.
Life told radically different version of what happened. According to the newspaper, Anzor Shulaya was arrested for theft of material evidence of 60 million rubles. The policeman allegedly stole not only money, but also jewelery, weighing about 20 kg, to bring them back to the owner as a rollback. Sources told to Life that money and valuables were material evidence in the case of the robbery of a jewelry store. However, Shulay stole valuable things that were material evidence in several raids on shops, which have different owners.
Today investigation will petition to the court for custody. The MID of the ICR in Moscow has opened a criminal against Anzor Shulaya. He is charged with Embezzlement (part 4 of Art. 160 of the Criminal Code) and Abuse of Official Powers (part 1 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code).
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