Shakro Molodoy left in custody until 15th December
The thief in law Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy) and his four accomplices, accused of extortion, are extended a preventive measure in the form of detention in custody until 15th December 2016.
This was announced today in the Tverskoy Court of Moscow, where in fine satisfied investigation's petition was heared by the court.
The ICR representative noted in the petition that if the court does not arrest five defendants in the case of a felony again, then coming under house arrest, as asking protection, they can hide from justice.
Recall that Shakro Molodoy was arrested on the case of extortion 8 million rubles, which was initiated after a shootout in the Elements restaurant on Rochdelskaya Street in Moscow in December 2015. According to investigators, Kalashov’s people demanded money from the owner of the restaurant Joanna Kim, which she owed to the designer Fatima Misikova. He was placed into custody until 15th August. Then Kalashov's preventive measure was extended and to charges against Kalashov the article providing punishment up to life imprisonment for the creation of the organized criminal group was added.
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