St. Petersburg former Vice-Governor stayed in pre-trial detention center by decision of court
The term of arrest is prolonged for three months according to the petition of the investigation.
The Smolninsky District Court of St. Petersburg prolonged arrest term to former Deputy Head of St. Petersburg Marat Oganesyan for three months - till August 8, 2017, the press service of court reports. It is noted that the decision was made in connection with submission of the corresponding application the investigation.
To recall, former Vice Governor of St. Petersburg Marat Oganesyan is accused of large scale Swindling (part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). He was arrested on November 16 in Moscow, next day charges were brought to him. In January, the Smolninsky District Court prolonged a measure of restraint in the form of detention till May 9, 2017 to Oganesyan.
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