Thief in law Zura Kakhetinets declared federally wanted
Thief in law Sergo Tsotskhalashvili has been under travel restrictions on charges of drug possession.
Thief in law Sergo Tsotskhalashvili (Zura Kakhetinets), who had been under travel restrictions, has escaped from the investigation. According to Life, he has been declared federally wanted.
Zura Kakhetinets was detained carrying drugs in St. Petersburg on January 18, 2016, which became grounds for the initiation of criminal proceedings. Personal search of Tsotskhalashvili revealed 4.5 grams of amphetamine, which corresponds to the large size and is punishable by imprisonment of up to 10 years. As reported by the CrimeRussia, Zura has appeared at the hearing on his own — in the thieves’ world, such acts are considered unworthy. Once in a detention center in St. Petersburg, he was unable to confirm his status. Nor could the thieves in law on the outside do this, to whom the prisoners’ community appealed for clarifications.
Moreover, at the trial it turned out that Sergo Tsotskhalashvili has a family, with which he permanently resides, as well as a job in the position of company manager and a respectable salary, which enables him to support himself and his loved ones. Judge decided not to place Zura under arrest, but leave him at large under travel restrictions.
Later, however, it became known that Sergo Tsotskhalashvili was detained again on the night of June 30 in St. Petersburg.
According to Life, Zura Kakhetinets has decided not to wait for the conviction and fled from the territory of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region. His current location is unknown.
Tsotskhalashvili was crowned by Georgian thieves, close to Rovshan Dzhaniev (Rovshan Lenkoransky), during a convention in Turkey in 2014.
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