Saratov's EnergosbyT Plus top manager sent under house arrest
Head of the Saratov branch office Aleksandr Fedorov, arrested on January 20 on suspicion of bribery, has been sent under house arrest. The decision to select such measure of restraint for the official has been adopted by the Oktyabrsky District Court of Saratov.
As reported by Senior Assistant to Head of the regional ICR Directorate Ekaterina Pirskaya, the official tried to give a bribe of 300 thousand rubles to an FSB employee for termination of pre-investigation against him.
The removal of Director of EnergosbyT Plus OJSC's regional branch Aleksandr Fedorov from office came to light on January 20. On the same day, he was detained by FSB officers.
Fedorov has been charged with attempted bribery on a large scale. In accordance with this article of the Criminal Code, he faces up to 9 years of imprisonment.
Engaged in the sale of housing, utility, and energy services, EnergosbyT Plus OJSC has 15 regional branches in Russia.
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