Businessman who shot at Fryazino Deputy Head released on recognizance not to leave
The Prosecutor's Office intends to appeal against the court's refusal to arrest the assailant to the Fryazino Deputy Head, businessman Grigor Agekyan.
On Wednesday, the Shchelkovsky City Court dismissed the request for the arrest of the entrepreneur Grigor Agekyan and released him in the courtroom. He was elected a preventive measure in the form of recognizance not to leave and good behavior, according to TASS.
However, the Prosecutor's Office intends to make an appeal on the decision of the Shchelkovsky City Court to the Moscow Regional Court.
According to the supervisory authority, being at large Agekyan may use his administrative resources and prevent the gathering of evidence in a criminal case and put pressure on witnesses.
Recall, the conflict between the Fryazino City Administration and Agekyan’s guards occurred on November 15. The businessman did not like the dismantling of illegally installed billboards at the Sputnik urban shopping center by employees of the municipality together with Deputy Head of the Administration Saipudin Tsakaev. Advertising constructions were belonged to GC Grand led by Agekyan.
During the fight businessman threatened opponents with physical violence, and then fired several shots in their direction from a service pistol.
A criminal investigation into the attacks and threats to life is initiated under special control of the regional Prosecutor's Office.
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