Vagon’s underboss and his 20-million-ruble extortion case
Dalgat is believed to be both the crime lord in the local criminal circles and an assistant to a famous thief in law in the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
The right-hand man assisting the thief Vladimir Vagin goes on trial. According to the regional prosecutor's office, the case file against Dalgat Magomedov, as well as three of his alleged accomplices has been sent for consideration on the merits in the Kanavinsky District Court. Magomedov, known in criminal circles as Dalgat, has been charged with Extortion (item (b), part 3 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code).
According to information received, the main person involved in this case is not only the crime lord in the local criminal circles, but also an underboss to a famous thief within the law in Nizhny Novgorod Vladimir Vagin, also known as Vagon, who is currently serving a long sentence in prison. Dalgat was collared in December 2015 in the criminal case of extortion. According to investigators, Magomedov and his three accomplices for a long time had been extorting 20 million rubles from a businessman engaged in fuel and lubricants sale.
Dalgat is no stranger to the criminal world: he had been arrested back in 2012 on suspicion of extremism, next year he was sentenced to three years in a penal colony for keeping 13.8 grams of heroin. In addition, his name had been mentioned in the context of an attempted murder of the crime lord Igor Drobot in 2012.
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