Voronenkov's widow apartment in Kyiv seized for dispute over property

Source : 112 Ukraine

Law enforcers detained ten people involved in wrongdoing, the detainees appeared to be the representatives of a security company and Condominium association
14:04, 19 October 2018

RIA news

On Thursday, October 18, a group of men broke in the apartment in Kyiv, where Maria Maksakova, widow of ex-deputy of Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov, lives, as Kyiv Prosecutor’s Office reported.

Maksakova’s son and a babysitter were in the flat at that moment. The group of men managed to change locks and demanded to leave the place.

Law enforcers detained ten people involved in wrongdoing. They were taken to Shevchenkivsky Police Department.

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The information on the case was included in the United Registry of Pre-trial Investigation.

Later, it was reported about some dispute over the property which led to such a situation, as Nadiya Maksymets, Kyiv Prosecutor’s Office Spokesperson, said on air of 112 Ukraine.

“A dispute on this apartment is underway… Maria Maksakova knows the owner of the apartment, yet they have a dispute concerning this property,” she said.

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According to her, the detainees on the case appeared to be the representatives of a security company and Condominium association. They were released after questioning.

For now, Maksakova’s relatives are in the apartment.

“Earlier, the apartment was seized as this property is contradictory,” Maksymetsk said.

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The former MP of the Russian State Duma Denis Voronenkov was shot in Kyiv on March 23 at the intersection of Pushkinska and Shevchenko streets near the ‘Premier Palace’ hotel. The bodyguard of the former MP injured the attacker. The medical workers tried to save the life of the shooter but he died in the hospital.

The shooter is the citizen of Ukraine, born in 1988, Pavlo Parshov. He was born in Sevastopol and was enlisted by the Russian special services and had the aim to infiltrate the Armed Forces of Ukraine or National Guard.

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Kyiv Holosiivo District Court extended the pre-trial restriction in terms of detention for 36-years old citizen of Pavlograd, Dnipropetrovsk region, Yaroslav Tarasenko on August 10. He was detained on suspicion of implication in the murder of Voronenkov. He is accused of intentional homicide committed by the previous concert, group of persons and provided by part two, article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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