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MOSCOW, June 26 (Itar-Tass) - Police have completed the probe into an attack on a government representative's daughter and her husband in the summer of 2011; the case has been sent to prosecutors, the Interior Ministry's department for Moscow told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
"The investigator has finished the probe into the criminal case over attack on a car in central Moscow. The case has been sent to Moscow prosecutors for endorsing the indictment," a police officer said.
The car carrying the daughter of Mikhail Barshchevsky who is the president's representative in high courts, and her husband, entrepreneur Kirill Meshcheryakov came under fire in central Moscow in July 2011. Nobody was hurt. Police arrested Parviz Yasinov, but later dropped the case for lack of corpus delicti.
Later, detectives detained one of the suspects, Aslan Avkhadov in Chechnya's Urus-Martan district and brought him to Moscow.
Avkhadov said he had come to Moscow with two friends in July 2011 to join boxing and wrestling clubs. Some time later, his friend was injured in a road accident in Malaya Nikitskaya Street. Supposedly, Barshchevsky's daughter was in that car. According to Avkhadov, he demanded an apology and a conflict broke out.