Head of Konstantinovskoye, Ramenskoye District and his accomplices suspected of setting up organized criminal group for land schemes in Moscow Region

The investigating bodies of the Moscow Region Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee have opened an investigation against former head of the village of Konstantinovskoye, Ramenskoye District Vadim Priymak and 4 of his accomplices. They are suspected of setting up an organized criminal group and membership in it (parts 1, 2, and 3 of article 210 0f the RF Penal Code).

According to investigators, Priymak, while being the head of the village of Konstantinovskoye, in 2012, set up a criminal group and involved in it Mikhail Domnikov, Anna Khaybullina, the head of Ramenskoye Office of Federal Cadaster Chamber of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadaster and Cartography for Moscow Region, Andrey Solenov, a geodesist and Mikhail Rzhevsky, a businessman.

In the period between 2012 and 2013, Priymak and his accomplices committed at least 4 crimes connected with illegal takeoff of the lands of forestry in Ramenskoye District about 34 ha in area and over 300 million rubles worth.

The crime was revealed during another investigation against Priymak over a crime under part 4 of article 159 of the RF Penal Code for which he has already received 3.5 years in prison.