Police busted a criminal gathering in the Kursk Region: “Pan” and an unfulfilled “thief-in-law” were detained
According to authorities, the "gathering" was held by "Pan" in a cottage located in one of the Kursk Region villages. The reason for the gathering was festive – a 39-year-old gang member of the Kursk Region was expected to be crowned. But it did not happen.
Officers of the General Administration of Criminal Investigation of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs prevented "birth" of a new "kingpin". As the CrimeRussia found out, a criminal gathering with participation of crowned "thief-in-law" Victor Panyushin, known in criminal circles as "Pan" or "Tsar" has been recently suppressed in the Kursk Region.
Press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs revealed details of the special operation. According to authorities, the "gathering" was held by "Pan" in a cottage located in one of the Kursk Region villages. The reason for the gathering was festive – a 39-year-old gang member of the Kursk Region was expected to be crowned. But it did not happen, as the operatives descended suddenly.
Besides "Pan", there were other criminal leaders and authorities of the Central Federal District. As a result of a round-up, "Pan" and 11 criminal figures were arrested, including an unfulfilled "thief-in-law". As a result of personal search of the detainees, three traumatic pistols and ammunition were found. Administrative reports on their owners were made under Part. 4 of Art. 20.8 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (Violation of rules of storage of civil arms).
Video: "Pan" was detained during criminal gathering in the Kursk Region.
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