The court found two former employees of the Odintsovo Motor Transport Supervision Department, as well as seven businessmen, guilty of taking large and especially large-scale bribes. This was reported in the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Moscow Region on Wednesday, July 27.
According to the investigation, from November 2016 to May 2018, highway transportation supervision officers accepted bribes and subsequently sponsored representatives of commercial carriers who systematically violated transportation regulations.
For the entire period of operation of the criminal scheme, transport supervision employees received more than a million rubles. Depending on their role and degree of involvement, they and seven businessmen were found guilty of accepting and giving bribes to a group of people for a prior large-scale conspiracy.
“They were sentenced to prison terms of 7 to 11 years with the fulfillment of their sentences in colonies of general and strict regime. Three defendants were sentenced to suspended sentences. The verdict has not entered into force, it is indicated on the website of the Investigative Committee of the Moscow region.
On June 2, the court found the former employee of the Rosselkhoznadzor Office for the Moscow, Moscow and Tula regions guilty of accepting a bribe and sentenced her to a suspended sentence.
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