Georgian mob Gogita detained in Spain for robbing Shakira and Gerard Pique's home
According to the investigation, the Georgian mob organized a series of robberies of fashionable houses and apartments in Barcelona.
The police of Catalonia detained 54-year-old Georgian thief in law Gocha Maisuradze aka Gogita. The mob is charged with organizing the robbery of Shakira and Gerard Pique's home, Spanish media reports.
The detention took place a few days ago. Eight of the mob’s accomplices were arrested. According to investigators, Maisuradze was in charge of a series of robberies of fashionable houses and apartments in Barcelona.
According to the investigation, the Georgian thief in law demanded a share, half of the stolen goods; otherwise he killed members of the criminal group. He is also accused of beating people, abduction, and tortures.
During the searches, the documentation confirming that he was in charge of several gangs was seized. The court refused to release Maisuradze and eight other members of the group on bail and left them in custody.
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