St. Petersburg’s Special Police Force drags out of bed Kirghiz alpha dog who nightmarized his countrymen
Another member of the gang was detained on the same day.
Police officers have detained a native of Kyrgyzstan who is considered an alpha dog in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region. Until quite recently, the man born 1981 had been a head of a crime group suspected of various robberies and extortion. This is being reported by the local media with reference to MIA in the region.
The gang was founded on the principle of ethnicity. The gang’s members had been dealing with robberies and extortion from their countrymen for a long stretch of time.
The detention was being carried out backed by the officers of the Russian Special Police Force. Police officers descended on the alpha dog early in the morning and dragged him out of the bed. He offered no opposition.
Another member of the gang - who is a right hand of the ‘authority’ - was detained on the same day.
For a long time, the crime organized group managed to escape justice due to the fact that their victims had not reported to the police. Nevertheless, the prosecution managed to gather sufficient evidence to open the criminal case. Now, the detainees are being accused under article ‘Abduction of a person committed by a group of persons by previous concert - with the use of violence with danger to human life and health’.
On April 30, court placed the detainees in a remand prison for 2 months. Police officers are determining all possible victims of the gang and checking their involvement in other crimes.