Assassin of mother-in-law of thief from Ded Khasan's entourage extradited to Russia from Thailand
A runaway member of Penya OCG was taken from Thailand to his homeland along with him.
Russian officers of the Interpol’s National Central Bureau have brought two internationally wanted Russian citizens from Thailand.
As reported by MIA Official Representative Irina Volk, one of the arrivals is a native of the Smolensk region Andrey Dzyatkovsky, who was ordered to kill a famous Sochi businesswoman and owner of Melodiya Shopping Center. She was also known as the mother-in-law of a local thief in law and a member of Ded Khasan's entourage, businessman Eduard Kakosyan nicknamed Karas. Karas was running errands of the thief in law in his lifetime. When the woman was getting out of her Bentley, Dzyatkovsky killed her with shots from a Glock pistol. She died on the spot from a head wound. As a result of the attack, a 38-year-old casual passer-by, who was near the site of the attack, was also wounded. He was taken to the city hospital, where he received medical treatment.
After committing the assassination, Dzyatkovsky disappeared. A criminal case was initiated following the incident, and later he was put on the wanted list through the Interpol channels.
The second deportee is a native of Arkhangelsk Anatoly Samodov. The investigation believes that he used to be a member of Arkhangelsk Deputy Aleksey Peunkov’s crime community, known as Penya OCG. The gang had monopolized the market of construction sand in the Arkhangelsk region. Samodov was engaged in eliminating competition in the territory of the region and forced entrepreneurs to conclude contracts of construction materials purchase exclusively through structures controlled by the crime community.
In April 2013, Samodov decided to flee Russia using a tourist visa, and in May, he was declared internationally wanted.
Both defendants had been detained in Thailand accompanied by the staff of the Russian Interpol Bureau. They have been taken to Moscow and put in custody for further investigation.
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