(ANSA) – PAVIA, 01 JUL – The Pavia Public Prosecutor has notified 13 notices of closure of the investigation to former directors of the Pavia Asst and administrators of First Aid, a cooperative with registered office in Pesaro, for an investigation that in March of 2021 had led to the arrest of four people, as well as to the execution of searches and seizures of documentation and IT equipment not only in Lombardy, but also in Marche, Lazio and Sicily, for alleged rigged contracts in the assignment of medical transport services . The news was announced today in a note released by the Pavia Public Prosecutor’s Office and signed by the prosecutor Fabio Napoleone and by the substitute Roberto Valli.
The crime hypothesis is a criminal association aimed at the commission of numerous crimes: auction disruption, fraud in public supplies, illegal hiring and tax crimes. According to what emerged from the survey, the total value of the rigged contracts would amount to about 11 million euros. As part of the same investigation, in October 2021 the Court of Pavia, at the request of the Public Prosecutor, had ordered the preventive seizure “of the entire company compendium of the cooperative – reads the statement from the Public Prosecutor -, whose assets are about 5 million euros, as well as the seizure for the equivalent of about 200 thousand euros for the corporals “. (HANDLE).