A Sochi customs officer has been accused of accepting a large bribe. The court decided to take her into custody, the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Krasnodar Territory reported.
According to the investigation, a local resident asked a friend to help him clear customs documents for the export of a foreign car due to violation of the period of stay of the car in the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union.
The latter agreed to help against a monetary reward. The documents were drawn up by a 46-year-old customs inspector. She was paid 170,000 rubles for the service. The woman was caught red-handed while transferring money. She is currently in custody. The question of a coercive measure for an alleged intermediary in the transfer of a bribe is being resolved.
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