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Former deputy director of Khabarovsk Vodokanal received a term for multi-million embezzlement
In the Khabarovsk Territory, the court sentenced the former deputy director of the Municipal Unitary Enterprise Vodokanal to four years in prison with a sentence being served in a penal colony and fines totaling 3,4 million rubles. Also from the convicted in favor of the enterprise and the administration of Khabarovsk, more 164,5 million rubles were collected for the damage caused. The man received punishment for multimillion-dollar wastes of budget money.
The former deputy director was found guilty of embezzlement of another’s property on a large scale using his official position, as part of an organized group, in commercial bribery, and on money laundering on a large scale, acquired by a person as a result of his crimes.
According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, from March 2010 of the year to October 2011, the deputy director of the Municipal Unitary Enterprise Vodokanal together with other heads of the company stole more 164,5 million rubles. He did this by purchasing equipment for the construction of water intake facilities at the Tungusskoye field in Khabarovsk at an inflated price from an entrepreneur and a foreign company. Also, a convict with accomplices received in the form of commercial bribery 28 million rubles from the entrepreneur who supplied the equipment.
In March, the Deputy Director legalized 2017 over 57,7 million rubles. For this, he concluded individual insurance contracts for his life and the lives of relatives. To compensate for the damage caused, law enforcement officers seized the property of the convict.
An entrepreneur who was in collusion with the management of the enterprise, previously convicted. The criminal case against the chief engineer of the enterprise is pending in court. For the remaining accomplices, a preliminary investigation is underway. Criminal punishment threatens, including the director of MUP "Vodokanal" Vladimir Steblevsky.