Mayor of Bashkir city Agideli is arrested on suspicion of taking bribes
The issue of choosing a measure of restraint for a suspect is solving.
In Bashkiria there was detained the Mayor of Agideli Oleg Krysin. He is suspected of receiving a bribe (item (c), part 5 of Art. 290 of the Criminal Code), according to TASS.
According to investigators, the Head of the city received 450 thousand rubles from the Deputy Director on August 11. These funds were transferred for illegal granting the right to dump the soil in the volume of 10 thousand cubic meters in the city to the company without auction and tender. In fact, the transfer of a bribe took place under the supervision of the security forces as part of the operational activities, explained in the press-service of Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Photo: Mayor of Bashkir city Agideli detention
After receiving the money Krysin was detained by the police with the assistance of Federal Security Service of the Republic. During the interrogation, the Mayor admitted his guilt. There was the examination of a crime scene, witnesses were interrogated. The issue of choosing a measure of restraint for a suspect is solving. If convicted, the officer may face up to 7 to 12 years in prison.
The Mayor's Office of the Agideli city refused to comment.
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