The NAB arrested ex-Director of the Lutsk mill on suspicion of embezzlement of nearly 59 million hryvnia

Detectives of the National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine detained the former Director of state enterprise “Lutsk bakery №2” on suspicion of embezzlement of nearly 59 million UAH.

About it reported in a press-service of NABOO.

“19 December 2017 the investigators of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine under the procedural guidance of the prosecutors of the Specialised anti-corruption prosecutors have detained the former Director of state enterprise “Lutsk CCP №2″ on suspicion of embezzlement of wheat worth more 58,81 million UAH”, – stated in the message.

As noted, on the same day the former official was reported about suspicion in the Commission of a crime under part 5 article 191 (Assignment, waste of property or taking to them by abuse of official position) the Criminal code of Ukraine.

According to the investigation, PJSC “Agrarian Fund” (100% owned by the state) in November 2013 gave grain for safekeeping in the state enterprise “Lutsk CCP №2”. The then head of the works without the permission of the owner of the grain, decided to ship it out to commercial entities without charge.

“So during April-June 2014 Elevator SE “Lutsk CCP No. 2″ was removed more than 26 thousand tons of grain that was caused to the enterprise material damage for the sum over 58,81 million UAH”, – assured the NEB, adding that the investigation is ongoing from October 2016.

Now the question on election to the suspect of a preventive measure.

In turn, the newspaper “Slovo I Delo” said that the NAB had arrested former Director of the Lutsk bakery №2 Stepan Muscovite.

Earlier, the NAB had arrested four suspects in the theft of more than 200 million “state Agency for investments”. They are suspected of creation of corruption schemes.

  • grain
  • Lutsk
  • Director
  • plant
  • embezzlement
  • Naboo

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