Stavropol court marshals sold debtor's property for 14 million
A criminal case under Article Exceeding of Official Powers against the court marshals has been initiated.
The Investigations Directorate of the Investigative Committee in the Stavropol Region has initiated a criminal case against two court marshals of Nevinnomyssk town for purchase of arrested property. They are incriminated under item (c), part 3 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code (Exceeding Official Powers).
According to investigators, on 19 of July, during arrest of the debtor's property, the court marshals significantly underestimated the cost of the arrested equipment and construction materials without a special assessment of it. Later, the suspects sold the equipment and building materials and earned 14 million rubles.
Investigation of details of the incident is underway. Merchandising and handwriting examinations will be made.
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