Police officers remove Guli’s protégé in Urals from wanted list for bribe
The suspects are several high-ranking officers of the Yekaterinburg police station No. 4.
The Investigative Committee in the Sverdlovsk region has initiated a criminal case into Bribe-Taking (Art. 291.1 of the Russian Criminal Code) by one of the heads of the Yekaterinburg police station No. 4. The suspects are several people at once; last summer, one of them had received 180 thousand rubles ($2685) for removing a certain E.S. Agaev from the federal search database.
As a result of the deal, the criminal’s name was indeed removed from the base, Ura.ru reports.
Some sources say the man wanted for the unknown case may be the relative of Agayar Agaev (Sedoy), thief in law Nadir Salifov’s (Guli) underboss in the region.
It is noteworthy that previously he had performed the same functions in the interests of another thief in law – Guli’s enemy killed in 2016 – Rovshan Lenkoransky.
His main criminal and business interests revolve around the infamous vegetable base No.4.
In 2016, siloviki detained Agayar Agaev himself right during the celebration of his 50th birthday, which was also a gathering of more than 200 crime lords.
Before that, in 2013, an account with his picture and the following caption – “Agayar the Yekaterinburg Underboss, a step away from being a thief in law. I solve questions on the underworld’s level. To those of you who have questions, I'm in charge of the city here. We have the whole Uralmash under our control,” appeared on social networks.
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