Shakro Molodoy's companion left Sverdlovsk Region after prophylactic conversation
It was clarified to Avto on his inappropriateness and undesirability of stay in the region.
The Ural emissary of Shakro Molodoy changed his place of residence. Citing a source Ura.ru reported that the thief in law Avtandil Kobeshavidze, better known as Avto, left the Sverdlovsk Region after prophylactic conversation with security forces. They explained his inappropriateness and undesirability of stay in the region. According to the source, FSB officers had a hand in the expulsion of the thief in law, they offered Kobeshavidze to come up with a reason for the departure. As a result, Avto decided that he froze up in the Middle Urals and went to the South - in the Chelyabinsk region. Where and how the kingpin settled in the new region is still unknown.
The FSB department in the Sverdlovsk region has not commented on it.
Recall that Avto, who served 11 years in prison for robbery, arrived in Yekaterinburg at the end of August 2016. Representatives of the Azerbaijani diaspora presented Kobeshavidze a flat expressing reverence. Note that Avto was guarded by employees of one of the private security companies when moving around Yekaterinburg and the region. On September and October the thief in law visited the infamous 4th warehouse. It is possible that Avto was asked to leave the region to minimize the forthcoming criminal war for control under the warehouse after the death of its mistress Tatiana Rusina. A criminal place is a tasty morsel for the organized crime groups and criminal elements in Yekaterinburg. According to other information, security forces did not swallow Kobeshavidze’s attempt to crown the local authority Damir from Sortirovka. In general, the presence of the kingpin in the Sverdlovsk region caused some concern among opponents of the Usoyan-Kalashov’s clan. According to some reports, Avto can be a tool for strategic security services’ play on the alignment of forces in the region.
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