Once the young mayor became a defendant in a criminal case, said a source
Former Deputy Governor of the Yaroslavl region Yury Boyko was involved in a corruption case — the investigators believe that he committed a crime when he was mayor of Rostov, reported RIA Novosti on Friday a source in law enforcement bodies of the region.
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“I can confirm that Boyko is suspected of abuse of office. A criminal case related to the case Shmelev,” — said the source.
The Deputy of the Yaroslavl regional Duma Sergey Shmelev is accused of embezzling 22 million rubles, committed in 2012. Then Shmelev was a Director of construction company “Radostroy” which was working in the city of Rostov water supply and Sewerage. Shmelev is known that he was injured on the resonant criminal case of corruption against the leadership of the mayoralty of Yaroslavl, in particular, the mayor Yevgeny Urlashov, initiated in 2013.
Yuriy Boyko at the time of the Commission of the offence with which the accused Shmelev, was the mayor of Rostov.
At that time, Boyko was the youngest mayor of Russia, he was a little more than 30 years. In 2013, he went to work in the regional government, and in 2015 was appointed Deputy Governor.
At the end of 2016 in connection with the change of command of the regional government acting Governor Dmitry Mironov Boyko resigned.