Interior Ministry of Abkhazia looking for Tengulyash Sukhumsky
The Interior Ministry of Abkhazia conducts operational and investigative measures to trace the whereabouts and detain thief in law Tengiz Lakerbaya, known under the nickname Tengulyash Sukhumsky.
As reported on the official website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia, a criminal case was initiated against him under part 2 of Art. 207 of the RA Criminal Code (Hooliganism).
According to Abkhaz law enforcement officers, the kingpin made a fight in the Sukhumi restaurant Rinna on September 25. It is reported that Tengiz Lakerbaya struck 41-year-old Stanislav Apsav with cane.
Recall that the 36-year-old Abkhazian thief in law was crowned at the Turkish gathering in September 2013, along with Mamuka Oniani, Eric Dzhaginyan, Yevgeny Veselkin and Gleb Ashumov. One of the godfathers of Lakerbaya and the others is George Ugava (Takhi). In April 2015, Tengulyash Sukhumsky was decrowned by Ara Muradyan (Ara Armavirsky). In 2016 he spent term under part 1 of Art. 228 of the Criminal Code in the Krasnodar Territory. Recently he lived in Abkhazia.
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