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Kamchatka police chief released from jail
The ex-head of the Kamchatka department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Alexander Sidorenko, was released from jail. The court changed the measure of restraint to house arrest.
According to investigators, Sidorenko decided to hide the theft of computer equipment in the Ministry of Internal Affairs worth over 2,8 million rubles. He demanded that his subordinates purchase the missing equipment at his own expense. Sidorenko also abused his official powers in the implementation of the state contract for the construction of a base for a special aviation unit.
The damage from his illegal actions is estimated at 87,9 million rubles due to payment of outstanding work, another 200 million rubles for inefficient spending of budget funds, reports "Kam24".
Sidorenko headed the Kamchatka department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs since January 2011. He was detained at the airport of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky in September 2017.