the Vasileostrovsky district court of St. Petersburg was sentenced to seven years of imprisonment the local resident Sergei Gudz for a series of frauds worth more than 20 million rubles, however, the defendant escaped before the announcement of the decision of the court and was declared wanted. On Monday, April 16, according to the joint press-service of the courts of St. Petersburg, in his Telegramchannel.
it is Noted that the man was found guilty on four counts under article 159 of the criminal code (“Fraud”).
From the case materials that in 2006, Hutz convinced friend in need of treatment of his alleged minor son critically ill and under various false pretexts begged her to medical care of large sums of money which he received under the form of loans. This same woman borrowed the money cheat on the lifting of restrictions allegedly locked his personal accounts and accounts of the company “Lenstroy” of which he was Director.
For the year Gudz lured the victim 11 million 835 thousand rubles. In the same way the man cheated two friends worth more than five million rubles.
a Victim of the swindler was his supposedly sick son. Gudz had forged documents in the apartment of a boy, laid it in the Bank for a loan, and then sold to a good faith purchaser for three million rubles.
At trial, the defendant pleaded not guilty, and at sentencing were not. He was reported missing.