Ex-con got 2.5 years for stealing 60 calves from the Chelyabinsk colony

The inhabitant of the Chelyabinsk region was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for stealing 60 calves from a penal institution where he previously served a sentence. This decision was made by the Kopeisk city court, RIA Novosti reported on Tuesday, January 24.

According to the investigation, Dmitry Kolomoets in may 2014, arrived in the colony in Kopeysk. The man entered the territory of farms and easily delivered calves. The sum of the caused damage is estimated at 615 thousand rubles. Man, overtaking the cattle, was detained the same day at 10 kilometers from the colony.

The court found him guilty of the theft with illegal penetration into the vault and sentenced to 2.5 years in penal colony and a fine in the amount of 30 thousand rubles.

In February last year, two teenagers stole computer equipment from the administration building of the colony in the Kemerovo region. The students took out four of the system unit, monitor, two digital video cameras, speakers, and keyboard. After the detention the young people said that they were going to build a powerful supercomputer from stolen technology.