Five employees of PJSC Kamaz face trial on charges of embezzlement as part of OCG
The criminal case against five accused in the theft of PJSC Kamaz property is resorted to the Naberezhnye Chelny court.
According to the police, former chief of fabrication and painting shop Andrey Gordeev, his deputy Ildar Suleymanov, the senior manager of the same department Lenar Khasanov, FSUE Private Security Company of the Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology shooter Andrey Moguchev and Andrey Ryazanov are charged under part 4 of Art. 158 of the Criminal Code (Theft, that is, secret stealing of another's property, committed by a group of persons by prior agreement, on a large scale by an organized group).
According to the materials of the case, at the beginning of 2016 Gordeev created a criminal group for the theft of a filler wire. Taking advantage of official powers, he served as the coordinator of theft, as well as the distributor of proceeds among the participants of the criminal group after the implementation of the stolen property from PJSC Kamaz.
Hasanov received filler wire on the provisional application and then with the help of non-involvement in the theft drivers of PJSC Kamaz provided delivery to the suspended space. Another participant of the conspiracy Suleymanov produced wire loading on trucks leased by Ryazanov, he produced bogus invoices for entry and exit. Employee of the private security Moguchev provided the pass for vehicles.
The site Chelny-Biz reported, as a result of the criminal actions of the gang the company has suffered losses of more than half a million rubles. The defendants admit their guilt in part, rejecting the action as part of a criminal group.
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