Thief in law Gleb Kineshemsky caught in Donbass
According to the deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine, he came to deliberately destabilize the situation in the region.
Operatives of the Department of Strategic Investigations of the National Police of Ukraine Main Directorate in the Donetsk region have detained thief in law Gleb Ashumov (Gleb Kineshemsky/Ivanovsky).
As First Deputy Head of the National Police of Ukraine Vyacheslav Abroskin wrote on his Facebook page, after the adoption of tougher laws in Russia in relation to thieves in law and leaders of criminal groups – and punishment for these categories provides up to 25 years of imprisonment – some of this “scum” rushed to Ukraine.
For example, Gleb Kineshemsky, who was detained in Pokrovsk the day before, has suddenly recalled that he was Ukrainian (as Abroskin put it) and had something to do with the city of Krasnoarmeisk even before the collapse of the USSR.
According to the National Police of Ukraine, the man had purposefully arrived on the territory of the special operation in order to create a criminal structure to further destabilize the situation in this region.
At the moment, the thief has been placed in a temporary holding station for foreigners and stateless persons, after which he will be sent back to Russia.
“He will be kicked in the butt and rush to his native Kineshma,” Abroskin wrote.
Last summer, Gleb Ashumov was detained in the Rostov region for being on the federal wanted list for evading administrative oversight. In April 2015, Ashumov, who was previously convicted for murder, was detained with drugs in Moscow. When he was placed in the Butyrka pre-trial detention center, his ‘thief’s status’ was not recognized. However, later when Ashumov was delivered to serve his sentence in the Pskov region, his authority was confirmed by Merab Dzhangveladze (Merab Sukhumsky) by telephone. Gleb Kineshemsky was vetted in Turkey in September 2013 by Georgian thieves in law from among Taro and Dzhangveladze's supporters. His vetting was undertaken in opposition to the sole and permanent Ivanov thief in law, Ruben Kosyan.
To recall, thief in law Batyr Bukharsky, a sidekick of Yaponchik and Ded Hasan, was detained in the Kyiv region in April. Now he is waiting to be sent to Spain, the authorities of which accuse him of money laundering and falsification of documents.
Shortly before this, another thief was detained in Kyiv – Lasha Svan, who was going to establish control in the Ukrainian criminal circles.
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