A court in Novosibirsk sentenced a military man who robbed a commission shop to four years

imagebroker/Matthias Hauser
imagebroker/Matthias Hauser

The Novosibirsk garrison military court announced the conviction of a sergeant who stole money from a thrift store.

While serving under a contract, Anton P. got a job in a thrift store. The man stole the money entrusted to redeem the property of citizens, as well as pawned jewelry for a total of about 2 million rubles.

The court announced the guilty verdict to the senior sergeant of the reserve and sentenced him to imprisonment for a term of 3 years 2 months suspended with a four-year probationary period. The verdict has not entered into force yet.

Earlier it was reported that the ex-commander of the traffic police company will go on trial for bribery in the Leningrad region. The traffic police officer received 90 thousand rubles.


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