Head of Aeroflot Construction Department was arrested for embezzlement of 21 million rubles
The investigation accuses the airline employee on swindling on an especially large scale.
The criminal case was instituted on the Director of the largest carrier Aeroflot Department of buildings and structures construction under part 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code (Swindling committed in an especially large scale). This was reported by the press service of the ICR.
The report did not mentioned names of the arrested, but according to data posted on the website of Aeroflot, the position of the Director of the construction department of the company takes Andrey Sharikov. The fact that Andrey Sharikov was detained in an interview with Tass confirmed a representative of the Moscow Interregional Investigation Department in Transport (MMSUT) of the ICR Tatyana Morozova. As a preventive measure for the manager it was elected detention.
Another defendant in the case, according to the ICR, is the founder of the company EnergoHolding. He was placed under house arrest.
According to investigators, Andrey Sharikov together with the businessman entered excessive indicators of energy consumption, and the resulting difference between acts specified figures the real onetook to their pockets. According to the investigation, as a result of payment of services of EnergyHolding Aeroflot had actually damage by 21 million rubles.
The ICR report also noted that a criminal investigation into swindling on an especially large scale initiated against "not designated persons from the staff of the airline”. Criminal investigation continues. In accordance with part 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code the accused may face imprisonment of up to 10 years.
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