Mykolaiv city mayor Oleksandr Senkevych, who was supposed to receive a protocol of corruption-related administrative violation on June 14, fled from police and journalists through office balcony.
Andrii Khandrykin and Volodymyr Riiako, former servicemen of Kharkiv Berkut riot police unit, still serve in the Kharkiv National Police department.
Serhii Svichenko, who is named in the so-called "gas case of Onyshchenko," has fled and been put on wanted list.
Witnesses' interviews were read out in Pechersk district court of Kyiv which hears the case of fugitive ex-president Viktor Yanukovych.
The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine captured a citizen suspected of organizing and participating in the riots during the seizure of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration building in April 2014.
After committing the crime, the suspect has attempted to flee to Turkey, but was apprehended and sent to a detention center.
The lawyer of Mykola Chaus submitted a health certificate to NABU evidencing that the judge was being treated in a medical facility in occupied Crimea.
Former head of the Kyiv Regional State Administration Maksym Melnychuk escaped during the arrest of his accomplice and might be put on the wanted list.
Activist Yurii Ilchenko, who had been detained by occupant authorities in Crimea, told the story of his escape from the captivity and reaching the mainland Ukraine.
Head of the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP) Nazar Kholodnytskyi has no information on location of corrupt Judge Mykola Chaus. According to him, it is the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) that is authorized to search for the judge-grafter.
The whereabouts of Judge Mykola Chaus who has been recently caught red-handed accepting a $150,000 bribe is unknown.
Owner of ill-famed Elita-Centr [construction project whose owners allegedly stole money from its investors - ed.] Oleksandr Shakhov (Volkonskyi) has escaped from house arrest.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine has identified the person who facilitated the escape of the majority of Berkut soldiers after the Revolution of Dignity and hiding of weapons issued to this Berkut detachment.
NATO should support Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova and pursue an open-door policy regarding these countries.
MP Oleksandr Onyshchenko (Volia Narodu parliamentary group) claimed that he fled from Ukraine as he did not believe that he would be granted the right to defend himself adequately.
Mykolaiv Regional State Administration First Deputy Head Mykola Romanchuk was discharged from the hospital and fled in unknown direction.
The Security Service have instituted criminal proceedings against former Vinnytsia region police chief Anton Shevtsov suspected of treason.
The officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) detained former Head of Vinnytsia regional police Anton Shevtsov when he was attempting to travel to the Russian Federation.
A large-scale special operation to detain 20 officers of Berkut riot police, who had been involved in crimes during the Revolution of Dignity, was planned to be carried out in August 2014, but it was disrupted as someone has hinted or warned the suspects.