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The Supreme Court of Crimea left unchanged the sentence of a woman guilty of stealing more than 150 million rubles from citizens

The Supreme Court of Crimea left unchanged the sentence of a woman guilty of stealing more than 150 million rubles from citizens

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The Supreme Court of Crimea examined a criminal case against a resident of the region. Previously, by the verdict of the Yalta City Court, she was found guilty of committing 36 episodes of crimes under Part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (fraud), part 5 of Art. 35, part 1 art. 241 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (organization of prostitution and maintenance of dens for prostitution as part of an organized group).

It was established that for 4 years, under the pretext of constructing apartment buildings and renovating buildings, for the further opening of cafes and nightclubs, as well as providing false information about the need to invest money in renting hotel rooms, the convict received money from citizens. Having failed to fulfill her obligations, the woman stole more than 150 million rubles from 36 victims.

In addition, the attacker organized prostitution, hiring several girls to provide paid intimate services, provided them with orders, controlled their activities, and handled financial transactions.they recalled in court.

The court sentenced the defendant to imprisonment for a period of 6 years and 6 months to be served in a general regime correctional colony. She did not agree with this verdict and appealed it to the appellate court, which found no grounds for changing the verdict, leaving the imposed punishment unchanged.

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