30 members of criminal meeting in Samara resisted during detention
As a result of police raid, 30 people were detained. All of them arrived to the criminal meeting in expensive foreign cars. Police officers searched both cars and their owners. During the search, servicemen discovered 10 units of non-lethal weapons.
Samara’s law enforcement forces intercepted information about upcoming meeting of two criminal groupings. According to official data, servicemen from Administration for Economic Security and Combatting Corruption of the General Administration of MIA in the Samara Region obtained the information after conducting investigative work. It was then handed to their colleagues from the department for Combatting Organized Crime.
Thus, the meeting was doomed. Servicemen appeared suddenly as always. While the meeting was in process, policemen from Department of the State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate of the Russian Administration of MIA in Samara blocked one of the road crossings in the Industrial District. With the power support of SWAT forces, 30 men were detained. Most of the detained tried to resist security officers.
Regional central administrative board of the CrimeRussia was informed that the meeting was held because of a conflict between two competing criminal groupings. To solve the problem they decided to gather all the members of the gangs.
As a result of police raid, 30 people were detained. All of them arrived to the criminal meeting in expensive foreign cars. Police officers searched both cars and their owners. During the search, servicemen discovered 10 units of non-lethal weapons. The Press Service added that all detained were citizens of Samara and Togliatti at the age of 30 to 50. After the detention all of them were delivered to the police departments, where they were fingerprinted and registered.
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