Thieves in law Yura Lazarevsky and Zaur Nakhichevansky released
Both crime bosses, who served their time for possession of drugs, are well known in the criminal environment.
On October 5, 2018, 45-year-old thief in law Yura Usoyan (Yura Lazarevsky) was released from IK-3 in Dimitrovgrad after serving his sentence. On the same day, another crime boss, 32-year-old Zaur Shipilov, known as Zaur Nakhichevansky, was released from Minusinsk prison.
Yura Lazarevsky was convicted in July 2015 by the Presnensky District Court of Moscow under Article 228 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Illegal acquisition and possession of drugs), having received 4 years in prison. ‘Crowned’ in 2000, the thief in law completely served his term, taking into account the time spent in jail before the trial.
Yura Usoyan, who, despite the loud name, is not a relative of Ded Hasan, was detained at a gathering in the Moscow cafe Bochka on October 7, 2014.
Thieves in law Yura Lazarevsky and Georgy Kalashyan (Kotick Mladshy) in the center and Shalva Ozmanov (Kusya) is far right
Together with him, law enforcement officers detained thieves in law Georgy Kalashyan (Kotik Mladshy), Khizir Akbulatov (Puzyr), Andrey Tkachenko (Tkach Nyagansky), Vladimir Zyatkov (Zyatek), Roman Kashchaev (Kashchai) and Vasily Khristoforov (Vasya Voskres), All they were soon released unlike Lazarevsky, who, during a personal search, was found to have 3.5 grams of amphetamine.
Later, the detainee’s lawyer said that the drug had been placed to the crime boss. Meanwhile, at that time it was known that Yura Lazarevsky, who won the reputation of one of the most sensible and promising thieves of the new generation, unlike many of his ‘colleagues’, did sports, did not drink, did not smoke, and did not use drugs.
‘Crowned’ in Turkey in July 2013, Zaur Shipilov was the son of the well-known Azerbaijani criminal authority Bayram Talybov, who was shot in Moscow in April 2006 together with the thief in law Khikmet Mukhtarov. The Azerbaijani crime boss also served his term for drugs.
Sheikh Khamzat and thieves in law Rovshan Lenkoransky, Khadzhi Beylagansky (in the corner), Zaur Nakhichevansky (second from right) in 2014 в 2014 году
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