Son of former Nizhny Novgorod underboss Nasos found dead with slit throat in Yaroslavl colony
Eight incised wounds were found on the neck of Ivan Gavrilin, who was serving a sentence for burglary. The investigation tends to think it was suicide, relatives do not believe in suicide.
The 30-year-old convict Ivan Gavrilin, the son of Alexey Gavrilin, a former underboss in the Sormovsky district of Nizhny Novgorod, who was known in criminal circles as Nasos, was found dead in one of the Yaroslavl colonies on January 22.
According to the newspaper ProGorod, there were 8 razor cuts on the neck and throat of the dead man. Criminal Chronicle notes that the man convicted of apartments burglaries died from blood loss.
Law enforcement agencies conduct pre-investigation checks, looking for the details and causes of the incident. However, according to media reports, the preliminary investigation believes that Gavrilin committed suicide. The relatives and friends of the deceased, who visited him in the colony on the eve of his death, believe that it was murder, because Gavrilin Jr. had no reason to suicide. In addition, they believe, a person is simply unable to cause himself so many wounds hitting the artery.
January 24, Ivan Gavrilin was buried at the Novosormovsky cemetery.
The father of the deceased, Alexey Gavrilin, according to the Privolzhsky Operations and Investigation Bureau (ORB), is known in the criminal environment by the nickname Nasos. In 2005, after the death of Yury Shchukin, nicknamed Schuka, from an overdose, Nasos was given the status of underboss over the Sormovsky district of Nizhny Novgorod by three Nizhny Novgorod thieves in law Igor Novikov (Novik), Vasily Khristoforov (Voskres) and Vladimir Vagin (Vagon).
The last of them was found hanged in colony IK-11 of the Perm region at the end of September 2018. It was reported that Vagon hanged himself in a cell, but the lawyers of the deceased noted a number of strange details in the circumstances of his death. The Investigation Department of the ICR in the region later opened a criminal case on the fact of bringing to suicide.