Trial on deputy who hid 6.7 mln rubles from tax authorities begins in Bryansk region
In Bryansk region, the law enforcement officers have completed the investigation of a criminal case against the local deputy.
The official is accused of committing a tax crime.
According to the Investigative Committee for the Bryansk region, Nikolay Glazkov, who had held the position of deputy at the Council of People's Deputies in the Lyubokhna village, Dyatkovsky district, and was later appointed as the Head of the village, is charged under Art. 199.2 of the Russian Criminal Code (Concealment of Monetary Funds of an Organization against which the recovery of Taxes is Levied).
During the investigation, the law enforcement officers found that the public servant was engaged in settlement of accounts with the company's creditors while being the director general of Santekhlit OJSC from July to October 2014. Nikolay Glazkov conducted his activities bypassing the accounts to which the tax authorities issued collection orders to forcibly collect the debt on tax deductions. Using this fraudulent scheme, Glazkov managed to hide about 6.7 million rubles from the tax inspection.
As part of the investigation, the police insisted on a judicial accounting expertise. In addition, six document seizures were carried out and a number of witnesses were questioned.
There are nine volumes of materials under this criminal case. Once the defense familiarizes with them, the materials will be referred to the court for further consideration on the merits.
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