Odessa: nephew of thief in law Lavasogly Batumsky rammed with over 5 cars
Soon after the incident, he removed the car's plates.
An accident involving over five cars occurred in the resort area of Odessa late on the evening of August 9. As FAKTy publication writes with reference to eyewitnesses, a man in a white BMW X5 crashed into in cars parked near the restaurant Tref at high speed.
Immediately after that, the driver got out of the car and took off the number plates. The number plates were ‘four nines,’ said the witness of the accident Vladimir.
According to preliminary data, the SUV injured at least five cars; one woman was injured and taken to a hospital.
As the source said, the nephew of thief in law Mindia Goradze, known in the criminal circles as Lavasogly Batumsky, was behind the wheel of the BMW.
It is noteworthy that according to the preliminary version of the law enforcers, the SUV flew off the road, trying to avoid a collision with another car driving on the opposite line. As the police told the publication, the second car disappeared from the scene, but eyewitnesses do not confirm this information.
Recently, thief in law Mindia Goradze was sentenced to 12 years in prison in Georgia for organizing extortion by a group of people and threatening to journalists.
According to the materials of the criminal case, in the period from 2014 to 2015, the thief in law controlled Georgian criminals and managed the ‘common fond’.
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