Former deputy head of Vladikavkaz’s administration arrested for waste
The official is suspected of an illegal spending of about 30 million rubles.
Leninsky Court of Vladikavkaz placed former deputy of administration of Vladikavkaz Kazbek Tsokov in the pre-trial detention center under suspicion of waste of budgetary funds, Interfax reports with reference to a source law enforcement agencies.
As the interlocutor of the agency told, the official is detained within investigation of criminal case on illegal sale of the land plot in Vladikavkaz and waste of about 30 million rubles.
As it was reported at the beginning of December of last year, city manager of Vladikavkaz Sergey Dzantiyev was put on the wanted list, criminal case is initiated against him under part 4 of Art. 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation is brought (Misappropriation or waste on especially large scale).
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