‘MIA’s Best Investigator’ caught taking 40k bribe in Moscow region
Major of Justice Olga Guzenko received the money directly in her office.
MIA Investigator Olga Guzenko has been detained for a bribe of 2.5 million rubles ($40,112) in the Moscow region. According to Mash, the Major of Justice was caught red-handed when receiving money in her office.
It is reported that the Major was investigating into a robbery attack on a woman in Svetlogorye village near Istra. Three suspects were detained in the case, all of them were charged.
However, the investigator was offered to reclassify the charge to a milder one in exchange for 2.5 million rubles. She accepted the offer, ending up being under investigation. Law enforcement agencies have not provided any official comments yet.
It is known that 40-year-old Olga Guzenko worked in the bodies of 11 years and was previously awarded the badge ‘Best Investigator.’
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