Georgian thief in law Valo detained in Kiev
Georgian thief in law Valiko Mzhaviya was kicked out to Istanbul by the Ukrainian law enforcement authorities.
In Kiev, the police detained 46-year-old native of Georgia Valiko Mzhaviya famous in the criminal sphere as code-bound criminal nicknamed Valo, reports the Novoye Vremya portal with reference to the Kiev police.
According to information of the portal, Valo intended to create in Ukraine a criminal group which members would ‘specialize’ in stealing of elite cars and thefts from apartments of wealthy citizens.
It is known that the criminal authority already has several criminal records, including one for commission of premeditated murder for what he spent nearly 15 years in places of detention.
In their turn, the Kiev police officers claim that within the last two months Valo lived on rental apartments of the Ukrainian capital and constantly kept in contact and met representatives of the criminal environment. According to information, which is available for law enforcement authorities, Mzhaviya wanted to structure activity of other criminal groups so that he could have profit from it.
“Today, Valiko Mzhaviya was kicked out to Istanbul and forbidden entrance on the territory of Ukraine”, the police summarized on Tuesday, April 12.
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