The former head of the Klinsky district of the Moscow region, Alexander Postrigan, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in the case of creating a criminal community. This was reported in court.
“The court sentenced A.N. Postriganya to 18 years in a maximum security colony,” the court said.
The state prosecution asked for 21 years in prison for him.
Other defendants were given shorter sentences - Alexey Polunin received 12.5 years and a fine of 500 thousand rubles, Vadim Ermoshkin - seven years and a fine of 400 thousand rubles, Andrey Beketov - 5.5 years.
Postrigan was previously sentenced to 15 years in prison for corruption. As for the criminal community, it operated from 2003 to 2018. The official involved his relatives and controlled companies there to illegally transfer state and municipal property into personal ownership.