The head of the bank in Yevpatoriya has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for fraud with citizens’ monetary deposits.
“A woman, managing director, abusing her official position and forging documents (contracts on deposits, receipts and applications on disbursal), misappropriated the cash deposits of citizens,” the Interior Ministry in Crimea reports.
According to the report, the Director of the Bank has carried out financial fraud for several years, and misappropriated over RUB 8 million, some of which she legalized by paying off the loan for the purchase of apartments.
According to this a criminal case was initiated under Part 4 of Art. 160 (misappropriation and embezzlement of large funds), Part 2, Art. 327 (forgery, manufacture or sale of forged documents, state awards, stamps, seals and forms), Part 1, Art. 174 (legalization (laundering) of money or other property acquired by a person in the commission of a crime) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
The accused was sentenced to imprisonment for a term of six years.
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