Pyatak Tagilsky was detained in Moscow
Thief in law was on the federal wanted list.
Officers of criminal investigation department detained another thief in law in the capital. At this time thief in law Andrey Pyatin, known in the criminal world as Pyatak Tagilsky, had no luck.
According to Life, last year Pyatak Tagilsky was convicted of theft and sentenced by a court in Nizhny Novgorod to 1 year probation. After that, thief in law had to report regularly to the Federal Penitentiary Service, but did not do it and fled in an unknown direction, and therefore was declared wanted.
It is known that at present the kingpin is placed under arrest. Soon he will be sent to the Nizhny Novgorod region.
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