The prosecutors investigating into the activities of credit union employees who misappropriated 225,000 UAH

Press service of Transcarpathian Prosecutor's office  12 April 2013 12:05  5133534 034181
The prosecutors investigating into the activities of credit union employees

In March this year, Uzhgorod prosecutors registered in the Unified register of pre-trial investigations the criminal proceedings on the grounds of crimes under Part 2 of Art. 364-1 (abuse of authority by an official of a private company, regardless of the legal form) and Part 2 of Art. 366 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (forgery).

At the beginning of March, two Uzhgorod citizens filed with the City Prosecutor a statement of misconduct and illegal actions of one of the city credit unions employees. The Prosecutor's Office conducted an appropriate check.

According to the Head of the department for review of letters and reception of public of Transcarpathian Prosecutor's Office Valentyna Frytsyuk: "During the check, it was found out that the officers of the specified institution (which is a separate legal entity), during 2011, abusing their official powers, acting intentionally, made false statements to the cash book and debit orders about citizens H. and O. receving the funds totaling 224,000 UAH, which was not true. And, further, they made illegal deduction of the specified funds from their deposit accounts."

"By these actions - Valentyna Frytsyuk said - the officials caused grave consequences for the victims."

Therefore, the prosecution of Uzhgorod made the appropriate data into the Unified registry of pre-trial investigations, registered a criminal proceeding, and commissioned the investigation to the Investigation Department of Uzhgorod City Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Transcarpathian region. 

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