Fugitive thief Turok detained in New Moscow
He had been given the high title three years ago and was accepted into the crime family by Zhora Tashkentsky, Gela Kardava, Kolya Tomsky and Chili Kaliningradsky.
The Moldovan thief in law Andrey Torkunov, in the underworld known as Turok (the Turk), has been detained in a village of Marushkino in New Moscow. The thief is known to have been on the wanted list on suspicion of his involvement in a robbery. The officers managed to track him down and eventually arrest the fugitive with the help of the Special Rapid Deployment Force.
When searched, Torkunov turned out to have a pistol with cartridges and some hashish. At the moment, the thief is detained and might face a custodial sentence.
According to the CrimeRussia, the native of Moldova Andrey Torkunov is 34 years old. He had been given the high title three years ago and was accepted into the crime family by Zhora Tashkentsky, Gela Kardava, Kolya Tomsky and Chili Kaliningradsky.
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