Ukrainian law enforcers expel Moldovan underboss
Since early February, there has been a preventive operation of the National Police of Ukraine in cooperation with the border and migration services called ‘Migrant’. Its aim is to identify and expel thieves in law and foreign crime lords out of the country.
The Security Service of Ukraine and the State Migration Service have expelled a citizen of Moldova, who had been negatively influencing the crime situation in Khmelnitsky, as reported by the press service of the Security Service of Ukraine.
The crime lord, whose name is not disclosed, had been previously convicted of theft and robbery five times; he had served his last sentence in Ukraine.
It is reported that the detainee got the ‘underboss’ status when serving his time in prison. After his release, he planned to create an organized crime group for the commission of serious crimes in Khmelnitsky relying on support in criminal circles.
In this connection, the Ukrainian security forces decided to forcibly expel the crime lord from Ukraine and ban him from entering the country for a period of 5 years.
To recall, since early February, there has been a preventive operation of the National Police of Ukraine in cooperation with the border and migration services called ‘Migrant’ in Ukraine. Its aim is to identify and expel thieves in law and foreign crime lords influencing the criminal situation in Ukraine.
February 5, the detention of 25-year-old Georgian thief Georgy Kiladze (Giga Ozurgetsky) was reported. February 14, crime lord Papuna Ugrekhelidze was deported to Georgia after being detained. In late February, Russian citizen and Chechen crime lord Zaur Dombaev was expelled from Ukraine. In early March, employees of the National Police of Ukraine detained and expelled thief in law Polikarp Dzhanelidze (Poli) from the country. March 11, Ukrainian border guards detained the Georgian thief in law Sumbat Abasov aka Sumbat Tbilissky in the framework of operational activities in the Kharkov region in cooperation with the operatives of the National Police criminal investigation department.
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