Trial of solver from Ural UEBiPK started in Yekaterenburg
The high-ranking Sverdlovsk policeman was extorting 1.5 million rubles from entrepreneur.
The Court of the Sverdlovsk Region will consider case of police officer Evgeny Isaev, who was extorting a bribe in the amount of 1.5 million rubles.
The Lieutenant Colonel of Ural Administration for Economic Security and Combatting Corruption of Ministry of Internal Affairs (UEBiPK) will be brought to court under article for attempt at swindle with official power abuse.
It is reported that the senior operative on especially important issues of Department for detection of crimes in the fuel and energy complex and housing and communal services Isayev was detected in the act while receiving a tranche of a bribe in the amount of 200 thousand rubles.
According to the criminal case file, the employee of the UEBiPK of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, required 1.5 million rubles for termination of check and removal of refusal in initiation of legal proceedings against the veterinarian from Veterinary Department of Yekaterinburg. The investigation notes that the offer was initially a bluff – Isayev could not affect the course of events in any way.
31-year-old Evgeny Isaev is currently under arrest. If during the forthcoming legal proceeding his guilt is proved, he will be dismissed for negative motives and will serve stipulated by the legislation criminal liability.
Meanwhile, according to his lawyer Evgeny Kolosovsky, senior operative on especially important issues in the anti-corruption sphere of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in the Sverdlovsk region Evgeny Isaev, who is currently under investigation, is known as dishonest employee. For many years Lieutenant Colonel Isaev acted as a solver of different questions connected with the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
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