Relative of thief in law Lesik imprisoned for drug trick bag
Amphetamine was found at the inadequate driver of a Jaguar, who refused to attend a medical examination.
The inadequate driver of a Jaguar car, who was detained on July 20, was convicted for 4 years’ imprisonment. The police stopped an elite foreign car with the ‘criminal’ license plates M999KT71 out of a strange ride. During the inspection, a large sum of money, bank cards and a cigarette pack with drugs were found. Experts confirmed that it was amphetamine with a total mass of 5.74 grams, Sloboda writes.
The driver refused to attend a medical examination, behaved inadequately and tried to throw the bag with drugs. Inspectors put handcuffs on him.
The detainee was 33-year-old V. Matyunin, who is a close relative of thief in law Alexey Matyunin (Lesik), who died in 2009.
The detainee was charged under one article only – part 2 of Art. 228 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Illegal Storage without the purpose of selling a psychotropic substance on a large scale). Earlier, the court found that Matyunin illegally acquired a psychotropic substance, a mixture containing amphetamine, and illegally kept it in his car until July 20, 2017, when he was detained. The defendant was taken into custody in the courtroom.
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