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 Court sentences former PGO investigator Sus to 24h house arrest for two months. PHOTO

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Former investigator of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) Dmytro Sus, who is charged with embezzlement of property and false income statement, has been sentenced to 24-hour house arrest for two months.

Censor.NET correspondent reported from court on Thursday.

The court ruled to sentence Sus to house arrest in his service residence - the dormitory of PGO.

Sus is not allowed to leave his place of residence, as officially registered.

The court also obliged Sus to wear electronic tracing device.

Sus and his attorneys said the house arrest in PGO dorm is not possible as long as the defendant has been dismissed from service and no longer lives there.

The new address of Sus is in Khmelnytskyi, lawyers said. The prosecutors objected that the detective provided different personal data for the defendant, which say he is registered in Kyiv. Prosecutors said they would appeal the ruling and ask for stricter restriction measure.

As 11:27 p.m. Thursday, the judge read a corrected ruling - Sus is sentenced to house arrest in Khmelnytskyi.

Court sentences former PGO investigator Sus to 24h house arrest for two months 01

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Former PGO officer, deputy head of economic crimes investigation department, Sus was detained by NABU in Boryspil international airport on July 25. NABU investigates his involvement in several criminal proceedings, starting from April 2016. Sus failed to declare his luxury Audi Q7 car.



 
 
 
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