Gia Tskhaltubsky arrested at Moscow restaurant
Moscow authorities told the CrimeRussia that the thief in law has been involved in criminal activities aimed at expanding the influence of his gangs.
The Moscow Criminal Intelligence has arrested another crowned thief within the law. This time, it was a Georgian criminal Gia Tskhadadze, who was in trouble with the law - in criminal circles he is nicknamed Gia Tskhaltubsky.
Earlier, information surfaced that Tskhadadze was staying in the Russian Federation illegally, which was the reason for the arrest.
According to the Moscow authorities, the thief was collared during operational and search activities at a Moscow’s restaurant. Gia Tskhaltubsky showed a driver’s license on a false name. An examination revealed signs of forgery. The issue is being considered of whether a criminal case should be initiated under part 3 of Art. 327 of the Criminal Code (Forgery, Manufacture, or Sale of Falsified Documents, Government Awards, Stamps, Seals, and Forms).
Besides, the authorities told the CrimeRussia that the arrested thief in law has been involved in criminal activities aimed at expanding the influence of his gangs.
The Basmanny District Court found the thief guilty of an administrative offense. He is to be deported from the Russian Federation soon.
Gia Tskhadadze was born in Georgia; he is 42 years old. Tskhadadze was crowned as a thief in 1996 at the age of 21. Rezo and the late Taras are believed to be his criminal godfathers.
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