Mob Tengo Galsky detained in Ukraine
This is the fourth detention of Tengiz Charay after the ban on entry into Ukraine.
The detention of mob Tengiz Charay (Tengo Galsky) is called a happy day for thieves in law by the deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine, Vyacheslav Abroskin. The fact is that a bit earlier his colleague Nodari Asoyan (Nodar Rustavsky) was detained. At the time of the arrival of the siloviki, he was in the company of some Russian mob nicknamed Poluzver and the rest of his henchmen.
During the detention, Tengo Galsky recognized himself as a thief in law and stated that he had arrived in Ukraine for treatment.
According to the deputy head of the National Police, he has a five-year ban on entry into the country, so now he faces deportation.
“Go home for treatment in Georgia,” Abroskin wrote on his Facebook page.
This is the fourth detention of Charay after the ban. Earlier, officers of the Main Directorate for Combating Corruption and Organized Crime of the SBU detained the mob at the beginning of January of this year in Ivano-Frankivsk region. They found a PM pistol and forged documents for illegal stay in Ukraine.
According to operational information, Tengiz Charaya arrived in Ukraine to coordinate the activities of organized criminal groups.
The official website of the SBU reported that the thief in law planned to take control of the redistribution of cash flows from thefts, robberies, and carjacking in the metropolitan region.
Before this, the 36-year-old mob was forcibly expelled from Ukraine with a ban on entry until 2021. A year before, he was detained at the airport in Kiev while crossing the border. Earlier, Tengo Galsky was arrested three more times in Ukraine.
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