Alleged accomplice of deputy head of Penitentiary Service Korshunov arrested within case on waste
Marina Dyukova is taken into custody for two months.
Basmanny Court of Moscow authorized the arrest of businesswoman Marina Dyukova who passes on the case on a waste of 50 million rubles ($866 thousand) as the alleged accomplice of deputy director of the Federal Penitentiary Service (FPS) of Russia Oleg Korshunov.
Dyukova is accused of part 5 Art. 33, part 4 Art. 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (attempt of assignment or waste made by organized group on an especially large scale), measure of restraint in the form of detention for a period of two months, till November 13, 2017, is chosen to her, TASS with reference to the press service of Basmanny Court specifies.
The source of the agency told that the businesswoman delivered some sugar and is connected to one of the episodes of the criminal case investigated by the Investigative Committee. Dyukova is currently in a hospital because of health problems.
As the CrimeRussia earlier wrote, Korshunov was detained on September 13. He is accused of a waste of 160 million rubles ($2,7 million). Later the court arrested the official, while the defense appealed against the arrest.
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