Goryachy Kluch: thief in law Sarkis detained at meeting with underboss
Earlier, the kingpin served time for illegal drug trafficking.
Law enforcers prevented the meeting of the thief in law Sarkis Selviyan, known in the criminal world as Sarkis, with underboss of Goryachy Kluch Anzor Shonia.
The siloviki came to the restaurant Dubrava, where they discussed their affairs. At personal examination, there were seized a powdery substance of white color. Sarkis did not deny that the findings were his. In addition, he confirmed that the substance is of narcotic origin.
As for underboss Anzor Shonia, the police did not charge him.
It should be noted that Sarkis Selviyan was released in 2012; he was sentenced for illegal drug trafficking. In the 1980s, the kingpin was also tried for theft. The status of thief in law Selviyan endowed in 1993. Sarkis, who actively influenced the formation of criminal policy, was once called the confidant of Ded Hasan.
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