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The company of Artemovsk mayor's son and Donetsk governor’s office were searched – media 02/16/2016 23:36:49. Total views 776. Views today — 0.

Artemovskoye ATP-11406 LLC, owned by the son of the mayor of Bakhmut (Artemovsk) Aleksey Reva Dmitriy, as well as the office of the head of the Donetsk Military and Civil Administration Pavel Zhebrivskyi were searched. UKROP website reports about that.

"On Thursday, February 11th employees of Prosecutor's Office together with the employees of the Security Service conducted a series of searches at the Artemsol state enterprise, Artemovskoye ATP-11406 LLC, belonging to Dmitriy Reva, the son of the mayor of Bakhmut (Artemovsk) Aleksey Reva, as well as in the office of the head of the Donetsk Military and Civil Administration Pavel Zhebrivskyi and the hotel room, where he lives now,"- says the website.

According to UKROP, Zhebrivskyi’s adviser Andrey Lagunsky was detained and "charged with an offense under Art.368, Part 3 (bribery in especially large amount or received by a person holding particularly responsible position)." According to media reports, Lagunsky allegedly tried to take control of trucking in the "grey" area in the Zytsevo zone in 2015".

The press service of the Prosecutor's Office of Donetsk region doesn’t confirm information about the detention of Lagunsky. "We do not confirm information about the detention of Lagunsky," - they said there.

The SBU in Donetsk region does not confirm the information on the detention either.

At the same time, according to OstroV’s sources, the police are carrying out investigations in that direction.

Earlier, the journalists of the Secret Files documents investigated schemes of traffic in the "grey" area by buses of the public utility in Artemovsk. According to them, the enterprise, owned by the son of the Artemovsk mayor Dmitriy Reva, received the permission of the Donetsk Military and Civil Administration to transport passengers. This enterprise got the most "profitable" route between Artemovsk and Gorlovka. The people paid 30 hryvnia, despite the promised fixed 15 hryvnia fee.