Nedelya, caught up at criminal gathering, jumped to Dnepr to escape law enforcement officers
However, he could not swim far away and was caught. According to sources, Nedelya, who had recently had tensions with the main "thieves" office, by doing so caused outrage and ridicule from the Khmelo and Kutsu.
The "thief in law" named Nedelya (Week) (mundanely knows as Andrey Nedzelsky) was detained at the "gathering" while trying to get away from the unexpectedly arriving security forces swimming. The criminal’s escape unfortunately has failed.
The amusing incident took place on the previous weekend. The press service of the Kiev police told Crime Russia that, while processing the operational information, the CID Metropolitan Police officers found a group of men in the cottage village. Among them, there were three crowned "thieves in law": Georgy Khmelidze a.k.a Khmelo, Georgy Lobjanidze known as Kutsu and Andrey Nedzelsky whose nickname is Nedelya. In addition, the "gathering" was attended by the "authorities" of the local criminality.
The press service claims with certainty that the criminal elements came together to discuss pressing issues including the redistribution of spheres of their criminal influence.
During the searches, the CID officers found and seized a large sum of money and three weapons (a pistol Fort-14TP, a machine gun TЅ-9-TP, a machine gun "MKE T94 A2") and ammunition to them. It should be noted that the criminals showed their permits for weapons to the police, but the documents aroused the officer’s suspicions because they had signs of forgery. On this account the documents were sent for examination. The owners of weapons also were taken to the police department. There, as the press service told us, the investigation for possible involvement in the crime was initiated in respect of them.
Video: Khmelo, Kutsu, Nedelya cere detained in Kiev
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