Kherson city court on September 12 chose a preventive measure for Oleh Kyzymenko, the so-called "deputy chairman of Sevastopol city state administration" for a period of 15 days in custody. 112 Ukraine TV channel correspondent reported this.
According to him, Kyzymenko will remain in custody until September 27. "The so-called "deputy chairman of the Sevastopol city state administration" can file to the Kherson Court of Appeals within 5 days, if he does not agree with the court decision," the journalist said.
As it was reported earlier, on September 11, the Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko wrote on his Facebook page that law enforcers detained a citizen who, after the Crimea’s occupation, claimed his was "deputy chairman of the Sevastopol city state administration". According to the investigation, in this "post" he contributed to the creation of occupation authorities, the transfer of documentation to occupiers, and also contributed to Russia’s subversion activitiies against Ukraine.