Thief in law Anthor Khutsishvili died in Togliatti
The funeral of the thief in law will be held at home, in Georgia.
In Tolyatti, authoritative Georgian thief in law Anzor Khutsishvili, known as Anzor Zestafonsky or Nikolaevich and also Anzori, died. The death of the kingpin occured on the night of December 12, the day before his body was sent to Georgia.
Anzor Khutsishvili was considered one of the oldest thieves in law. He was part of the thief’s clan core in the Samara region. He was crowned in 1960 at the suggestion of Badzhya. Anzor settled in Togliatti in 1994. In 1996 he became an underboss of Togliatti. In 1998, he resigned in favor of Alexey Indyukov (Leni Kaluzhsky).
Till the 2000s, law enforcement agencies did not bother Anzor Khutsishvili. He was sick, often flied to Moscow for treatment. In 2006, during the inspection of Niva-Chevrolet, owned by Khutsishvili, seven rounds of ammunition to the TT gun were found. In May 2007, the police searched his one-room apartment in Togliatti, where it was found four cartridges of 7.62 mm caliber and an electric detonator to a grenade. After the court appointed him a suspended sentence, he preferred to leave Togliatti.
Anzor Khutsishvili was among the thieves in law, detained at the historic gathering at the Pirogovskoe Reservoir on July 7, 2008. Special Forces interrupted the ‘authoritative’ meeting, which was held on the ship Moscow-60.
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