Another blow to criminal empire of Shakro Molodoy
Moscow Criminal Investigation Department detained five accomplices of the kingpin's gang.
Security forces dealt another blow to the criminal empire of the thief in law Shakro Molodoy. In Moscow region the Criminal Investigations Directorate of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior in Moscow and the Russian Rapid Deployment Police Task Force defused jointly an organized criminal group, including its leader - a prominent resident of Moscow region. As the press service of the Moscow Main Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior reported, members of the group are suspected of an extortion of multimillion sums from entrepreneurs. According to official information, the gang acted under the wing of the arrested kingpin Shakro Molodoy.
Investigators believed that members of the group, acting under the guise of private security company, extorted from a businessman 10 million rubles, while applying to him the physical strength. According to investigators, the gang was involved in several episodes of such illegal activities; the exact number is not yet established.
Earlier, the FSB has identified the personnel of organized criminal group, which allegedly led by Zakhar Kalashov. Today the right hand, the kingpin Andrey Kochuykov, named Italian, will be charged under the Article 210 of the Criminal Code.
Video: the detention of the controlled by Shakro gang
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