The mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev and Director of the enterprise “Roads of Vladivostok” Andrey Lushnikov taken to Moscow, reported TASS a source familiar with the situation. “Pushkareva Lushnikov and taken to Moscow for investigation. Now they are in Moscow”, — said the Agency interlocutor. He noted that the investigation intends to go to court for a warrant for their arrest.
About the detention of Pushkarev and Lushnikov became known yesterday. Raman said that he has filed against Pushkareva “and other persons” criminal case on signs of crimes under part 3 of article 285 of the RF criminal code (abuse of official powers that caused grave consequences) and part 3 of article 204 of the criminal code (commercial bribery).
According to investigators, in the period of 2009-2014 Pushkarev, abusing their official powers, was the organizer of the purchase a large volume of building materials enterprise “Roads of Vladivostok” the group of companies “Vostoktsement”. The materials were purchased at inflated prices — Pushkarev, according to the investigative Committee, received no less than 45 million roubles to the Enterprise “Roads of Vladivostok” meanwhile, suffered a damage of more than RUB 158 million. Also he formed the accounts payable amounting to more than 800 million rubles.
TFR noted that lead and control “Vostokcement” close relatives Pushkarev. The founder and owner of the property “Roads of Vladivostok” is the city administration.
Also the consequence considers that in 2012-2014 Pushkarev handed Lushnikov at least 1.4 million rubles as a bribe, that he acted in the interests of the mayor and the group of companies “Vostokcement” and ensured the purchase of construction materials for execution of municipal contracts for repair and maintenance of roads of Vladivostok.
The FSB has estimated the damage from illegal activities” Pushkarev in 160 million rubles.
In the Kremlin declined to comment on the arrest of the mayor of Vladivostok. “Performed the investigative actions”, — said press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, having suggested to address for comments to law enforcement.