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Members of the Ministry of Internal affairs, together with the Special Department for Suppression of Corruption of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade and the Tax Police, arrested fifteen persons suspected of committing many crimes that damaged Inex Plus Ltd. from Belgrade for fifty million dinars. Among the arrested are Rade Dedovic, Ranka Dedovic and their son Marko, close relatives of Aleksandar Sapic.
Rade Dedovic, an uncle of Aleksandar Sapic, was arrested today for suspicion that he was involved in money laundering.
Due to the suspicion that they committed criminal acts of abuse of the position as the responsible person, tax evasion, and money laundering, following leading people of the company "Inex plus" were arrested: M.M. (1981) and Z.S. (1975), as well as persons M.K. (1950), R.S. (1965), G.O. (1959), E.V. (1954), A.A. (1975), R.D. (1957), R.D. (1969), M.D. (1992), J.A. (1967), D.D. (1965), D.I. (1977), D.P. (1970) and V.V. (1948).
It is suspected that M.M. and Z.S. paid 50.000.000 dinars on behalf of fictitious services from the account of Inex Plus company in the period from January 2016 to December.
After transferring money to the accounts, the suspected owners of the companies took the money for themselves, as it is suspected, according to the instructions of R.D. and R.D., enabling them to receive illegal property of a total of 5 million dinars.
It is then suspected that they returned around 45.000.000 dinars to the responsible persons in the company "Inex Plus", M.M. and Z.S. who kept the money for their personal needs, although they knew that the money originated from criminal activities.
Criminal charges in regular proceedings, due to the existence of grounds for suspicion that they have committed criminal offenses of abuse of the position of the responsible person, tax evasion and money laundering will be filed against two other persons.
The suspects have been detained for up to 48 hours and they will be brought to the competent prosecutor's office with criminal charges