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Former employee of the detention center in Vladivostok received a sentence for a bribe and drugs
In Vladivostok, a court sentenced a former employee of the SIZO to ten years in prison with a sentence served in a strict-regime correctional colony. The man was punished for a bribe and an attempt to smuggle drugs into the territory of the facility. The defendant was also deprived of his title and the right to engage in activities in the field of the enforcement of sentences for seven years.
According to the press service of the Primorye Prosecutor’s Office, in the summer of 2017, the person involved served as a junior inspector of the on-duty service of the SIZO-1. He received three thousand rubles from one of the detainees for bringing him drugs.
An employee of the detention center hid hashish oil on a large scale, went through a checkpoint, but did not have time to transfer it - the man was detained. The verdict has not yet entered into force.