Shakro Molodoy could be involved in money encashment
Zakhar Kalashov served more than eight years in Spanish prison for money laundering.
The detained thief in law Zakhar Kalashov, known as Shakro Molodoy (Shakro Young), is suspected of cash out. According to a reliable sources, the Main Investigative Directorate of Moscow is currently verified information. As the CrimeRussia has previously reported, Shakro Molodoy settled in an office of the Golden Palace entertainment complex, where he received large sums of money. The complex is controlled by his associate, criminal authority Konstantin Manukyan, who is wanted by Interpol for conspiracy and money laundering in Spain.
Upon his return from Spain, on October 29, 2014, Kalashov was encountered with officers of Moscow’s Criminal Investigation Department and had preventive talk. On the way out from Petrovka, 38 he met Vasily Khristoforov, known as Vasya Voskres (Vasya the Risen) and Yuri Pichugin (Pichuga). They presented him a mansion in the Moscow region, where Kalashov was detained. Shakro Molodoy is the successor of mafia boss Ded Hasan. After the murder of the criminal patriarch, Kalashov has reigned supreme and controls all financial flows of the criminal world.
According to the police, the thief in law was involved in extortion of 8 million rubles from Joanna Kim, owner of the Moscow restaurant Elements on Rochdelskaya Street. In December of 2015, after failed negotiations between the parties, a firefight started, which resulted in two deaths at the scene and five men were hospitalized.
Shakro Molodoy was detained during a combat operation in the mansion in the Moscow area. Kalashov refused to talk to officers on camera, saying repeatedly,"Turn the camera off, let's talk, what is this really about? Ashow?" Two Makarov guns and agrenade F-1 were found in his richly furnished house, as well as a large sum of money in foreign currency.
During a combat operation at a restaurant near Belorusskaya metro station in Moscow, Kalashov's henchman was detained. A 42-year-old native of Orel, his name has been withheld. The Investigative Department of the Administration of Internal Affairs of the Central District of Moscow opened a criminal case of extortion under Part 3 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
According to law enforcement sources, Shakro Molodoy was detained after he failed several times to show up at the investigative questioning in the case of the Rochdelskaya Street shootout. Two detainees, who were brought to investigators in early July, gave evidence against him: Nikolaev N., born in 1982, and Hamidov G., born in 1976. They have pleaded guilty in the shootout at the Elements restaurant and pointed out that they were acting in conjunction with one of the leaders of the Solntsevo gang, Andrei Kochuykov, known as Italian and with Romanov. They also pointed out that they were directed by a criminal figure "that was directly linked to the restaurant owners."
Video: the detention of thief in law Zakhar Molodoy