Krasnodar: allies of Shakro Molodoy detained at gathering
Three thieves in law of the Zakhar Kalashov’s inner circle hoped to hide in Kuban at the time of his arrest.
As it became known, on the eve the Krasnodar police detained well-known thieves in law: David Ozmanov (Dato Krasnodarsky), his relative Shalva Ozmanov (Kuso) and Ara Muradyan (Ara Armavirsky). However, the detention was apparently "a preventive measure", because no charges were brought against them.
At the same time, according to some reports, after the decapitation of Shakro Molodoy’s clan detentions of his entourages began. In the summer of 2016, in Moscow, Kalashov’s relative Nodar Aloyan, known in criminal circles as Nodar Tbilissky, was detained. According to the MIA, he was internationally wanted for crimes committed on the territory of Belgium and France. There he was accused of creating an international mafia, which trades in money laundering, racketeering and theft. In the autumn, in Yerevan, another relative, Merab Kalashov (Merab Tbilissky), was caught. He was wanted by the law enforcement agencies of France for money laundering and embezzlement committed by an organized group for more than a year.
As for the remaining approximates of the main kingpin of Russia, the information appeared that they, David Ozmanov (Dato Krasnodarsky), Nodari Asoyan (Nodar Rustavsky), Shalva Ozmanov (Kuso) and Ara Muradyan (Ara Armavirsky), were going to leave the country. All these people could be seen in the hotel complex Golden Palace, which was controlled by a longtime associate of Shakro Molodoy Konstantin Manukyan (Kostya Manukyan). The Kalashov’s main office was located there.
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