The former head of traffic police in Poltava region Pyotr Blazhivsky was sentenced to seven years in prison with confiscation of all property for requisitions from subordinates, but so far avoids punishment because, according to the SBU, hiding with relatives in the temporarily occupied Crimea. This is with reference to your details and the verdict of the court reports Nashi Groshi.
The investigation revealed that in 2014 Blazhivsky demanded from subordinates “monthly fee” – from $1000 to $4000 (the wording of the court “for the favorable attitude to him during service in traffic police units and the opportunity to continue to work at posts”).
He was arrested in late 2014 in the hospital while receiving brokered $1000 from subordinates. Trying to get rid of the evidence, the briefcase with the money Blazhivsky thrown out the window, however, the analysis showed that the series and numbers of banknotes from him coincided with those issued to security officers for taking a bribe.
According to one of the witnesses in the case, immediately after the appointment Blazhivsky gathered the rulers of the DMV. They one by one came into his office, and he wrote the paper the amount of “tribute”.
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Until the end of November 2015 Blazhivsky participated in court but refused to testify, and then disappeared at the end of 2015 has been declared wanted. Made by the relatives of his bail in the amount of about UAH 10 million sent to the state Treasury.
Later, the SBU found out that the former official is hiding with relatives in Sevastopol and Dzhankoy. Blazhivsky from 1989 to 2002, he served in the Crimean ATS.
In the end the court found him guilty of bribery and sentenced to seven years imprisonment with confiscation of all property and deprivation of the title “Colonel of militia”. In his apartment, confiscated gold bullion, $38 thousand, about 7 thousand euros and almost 1 million UAH.
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