Georgian thief in law Johnny Kutaissky deported from Ukraine
Crime lord has been banned from entering the country for three years.
Johnny Khatchapuridze, better known as thief in law Johhny Kutaissky, has been detained in Kiev and deported from the country. The crime lord has been banned from returning to Ukraine for three years, the Kiev Police Communications Department reports.
According to the law enforcers, Kutaissky arrived in Ukraine in 2016 and dealt with organizational issues, in particular, he coordinated the activities of apartment thieves and attracted young people to illegal activities.
Chief of the National Police Department in Kiev Andrey Krishchenko clarified that the crime lord also held meetings with representatives of the high-level criminal community. "His duties included the organization and conduct of the so-called thieves' gatherings," Krishchenko told.
As previously reported by the CrimeRussia, Khatchapuridze has an outstanding record of criminal activity, starting from 1998. He came to the attention of the Russian law enforcement agencies in April 2000, when he was arrested by the Central Department of Internal Affairs of Novosibirsk for apartment theft, committed together with his accomplice.
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