Mob Akhmed Sutuly arrested once again
The Ingush thief in law is accused of drugs possession once again.
45-year-old Ingush thief in law Akhmed Evloev aka Akhmed Sutuly was detained by employees of a Moscow region Сriminal Investigation Department while searching the Eden residential complex, located in the village of Gavrilkovo, Krasnogorsk district. 3.4 grams of heroin were found and seized from him.
On Monday, August 6, the Krasnogorsk City Court arrested Akhmed Evloev for two months.
Earlier, the thief in law was arrested in January 2017 for a similar charge. The court repeatedly extended the measure of restraint to him. The kingpin spent a year in the pre-trial detention center, as the investigative bodies could not charge him. As The CrimeRussia reports, the mob allegedly bribed the policemen.
Once free, Sutuly gave an interview with NTV. He told journalists policemen planted drugs.
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