"Particularly important Cases Investigation Office at the Investigative Committee of Crimea" completed the enquiry into a criminal case against three former employees of the State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate.
Three former employees of the Crimean STSI are accused of committing crimes under Part. 1, Art. 285 of the RF Criminal Code (Abuse of Power), Part. 3 Art. 290 of the Criminal Code (Bribery).
According to investigators, the defendants put false information into drivers’ exam sheets about the successful completion of the theoretical examination without the actual knowledge test, which resulted in the illegal access to the practical exam and later illegal obtaining driving licenses of relevant categories and the right to drive motor vehicles.
In total more than 20 episodes of criminal activity of the accused were established. According to the official site of the Peninsula’s "Investigative Committee" there is enough sufficient evidence to support their involvement in the crime.
The criminal case will soon be sent to the court for consideration on the merits.
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