The court in Saransk chose a preventive measure in the form of imprisonment for the ex-minister of construction of the Samara region, Alexei Grishin, who is suspected of deliberate bankruptcy. This was reported on August 7 on the website of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
“The court satisfied the petition of the investigator of the investigative bodies of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Republic of Mordovia to elect Alexei Grishin a preventive measure in the form of detention,” the message says.
It is reported that the investigating authorities of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Republic of Mordovia Grishin, co-founder of Invest-Alliance LLC, which includes SDS-Construction Management LLC, was charged with committing crimes provided for, part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, part 5 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and Art. 196 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (fraud, bribery, deliberate bankruptcy).
According to the investigation, from January 2018 to December 2019, Grishin, together with the acting director of SDS-Construction Management LLC, with the assistance of another accomplice, committed the deliberate bankruptcy of this company. The creditors suffered about 183 million rubles of damage.
The investigating authorities charged Grishin with embezzlement of funds allocated for the construction of the Republican Perinatal Center and a stadium for water sports. As a result, the budget of the Republic of Mordovia suffered damage in the total amount of more than 4 million rubles.
In addition, Grishin, together with the director of SDS-Construction Management LLC, gave the head of the Capital Construction Administration of the Republic of Mordovia a bribe in the form of household appliances and furniture in the total amount of about 2 million rubles for lobbying the interests of SDS-Construction Management LLC at the conclusion government contracts.
On August 4, 2020, Alexei Grishin was detained and taken to Saransk.
Investigative actions are being carried out to clarify all the circumstances of the incident. The investigation of the criminal case continues.
Earlier, on August 6, Moscow State University confirmed that Alexey Grishin, who was detained on suspicion of premeditated bankruptcy, had previously worked as vice-rector of Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov (Moscow State University), but resigned on July 28 of his own free will.
The university noted that Grishin was responsible for coordinating the work of university structures during the university-wide measures to counter the spread of coronavirus infection and his work did not cause any comments.