Son of high-ranking Yekaterinburg official jailed for drugs
Earlier, another relative of the civil servant was accused of corruption.
District court of Yekaterinburg sentenced 28-year-old Aleksander Kayumov, a son of head of Gornozavodskiy district Yevgeny Kayumov. Aleksander Kayumov is sentenced to 4.5 years of general regime penal colony under article Illegal Manufacture, Sale, or Transmission of Drugs.
According to the court documents, Kayumov Jr., was arrested on the 21st of April of this year, when he tried to sell 0.86 gr. of cannabis. According to his father, the purchase was held under control of the police - mutual friend introduced his son to the straw buyer. Kayumov Jr. received labelled 1 000 rubles ($16) for drugs.
By the way, it is not the first time, when relatives of the official are sentenced. Thus, earlier brother-in-law of Yevgeny Kayumov, Sergey Kondratyev who held the position of chief specialist of the department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-Being, was sentenced to six years in jail for bribe.
The retired security official and two of his subordinates are suspected of an attempt to receive 31.5 million rubles ($470,610) from a construction company for its participation in the corporation’s tender.
Early in August, criminal ‘authority’ Yuri Esin a.k.a. Samosval (Dump Truck) has been detained in Moscow. In the 1990s he had a reputation of the ‘godfather’ of ‘Russian mafia’ in Italy and faced 75 years behind bars. The CrimeRussia was figuring out how could the 67-year-old criminal ‘authority’ having close ties with many thieves-in-law escape the Italian justice 20 years ago and avoid any issues with the Russian law enforcement authorities up until his recent arrest.