Hiding absenteeism of Mara Bagdasaryan employee of statutory undertaker detained

Hiding absenteeism of Mara Bagdasaryan employee of statutory undertaker detained
Mara Bagdasaryan

The employee of a statutory undertaker GBU Sokol district Zhilischnik is suspected of receiving a monetary reward from a representative of a scandalously known street racer.⁠

The employee of the Moscow statutory undertaker GBU Sokol district Zhilischnik was detained on suspicion of falsifying documents - the woman did not record absenteeism Mara Bagdasaryan, who is serving a sentence appointed by court in this organization. This is reported by TASS with reference to the source.

According to the interlocutor of the agency, the personnel specialist was detained the day before on the recommendation of the Savelovsky inter-district prosecutor. "A criminal case has been opened against her in connection with the article Forgery, Manufacture or Sale of forged documents," the source said.

He said that according to preliminary information, the detainee made false documentaion on Mara Bagdasaryan's presence at the workplace in Zhilischnik office on June 9.

The street racer became known to the general public after the races that occurred in May 2016. Then the elite car Mercedes Benz Gelandewagen was chasing with traffic police cars in Moscow, creating emergency situations. In addition, the driver and passengers of the car conducted an online broadcast in Periscope. In addition to Bagdasaryan, there were son of Lukoil vice-president Ruslan Shamsuarov and his friends Abduvahob Majidov and Viktor Uskov. The court found the young people guilty and sentenced Shamsuarov, Uskov and Bagdasaryan to correctional labor. Bagdasaryan also had to pay 15% of the salary in favor of the state as a fine for using a fake sick leave certificate.

In March 2017, the driver was deprived of a driver's license for life. This was done due to the fact that her lawyer Kemularia provided the court with a certificate on the existence of a number of diseases and injuries (including epilepsy), allegedly preventing her from engaging in obligatory works. At that time, the amount of unpaid fines exceeded 200 thousand rubles ($3330).

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