The Yekaterinburg Underground CEO suspected of corruption took a sicky
Earlier, investigators of the Investigative Committee have conducted searches in Vladimir Shafrai’s office.
Yekaterinburg Underground's CEO suspected of corruption has taken a sicky, so the police did not managed to arrest him for examination. So, law enforcement agencies didn’t manage to detain him for examination. Yet on May 24, investigators of the Investigative Committee for the Sverdlovsk Region conducted searches in the official’s office
To remember: Vladimir Shafrai is a defendant in the criminal case under Part. 1 Article. 285 of the Criminal Code "Abuse of power".
According to investigators, the Head of the Yekaterinburg Underground made several contracts with a private cleaning company for daily cleaning of passenger and sanitary zones of metro stations worth over 10 million rubles. Moreover, the suspect was aware that the underground has enough cleaning equipment and rate drivers to maintain territory of the enterprise clean. Within the framework of Vladimir Shafrai’s criminal case, the Investigative Committee are carrying out investigation actions.
Video: searches in the Yekaterinburg Underground's CEO office
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