Kerch: heads of police department detained while receiving bribe
Marked bills of $ 11,000 were seized from the corrupt officials.
In Crimea, the FSB Directorate’s officers detained the head of the Kerch PD and his deputy after they received a bribe of 740,000 rubles ($ 11,000) at the workplace. According to a video published by the press service of the Crimean ICR’s Central Board, the bills were marked with fluorescent paint, visible under ultraviolet light.
The security officers conducted searches in the detainees’ places of residence and offices. The detention took place on the evening of May 21. In respect of the policemen, a criminal case was initiated over bribe-taking by a group of persons by prior agreement or by an organized group, on a large scale (para 5 of Article 292 CCRF)
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