Vor Nukri Galsky expelled from Ukraine; plans to call shots at wholesale markets all ruined
He made his way to the country bypassing border crossing points with plans to seize the power over the criminals in Kiev and the Kiev region.
Another thief in law or vor was detained on the territory of Ukraine. The press service of the Kiev National Police reports that after a brief conversation, Nukri Dochia, aka Nukri Galsky, was expelled.
According to Andrei Krischenko, the chief of the Kiev National Police, the 31-year-old Georgian came to the country bypassing the state border crossing point with plans to seize the power over the criminals in Kiev and the Kiev region. It is noted that he had already had a ban on entry effective until 2019.
Over the three weeks that he was staying in the country, the vor was trying to establish a rapport with the local mafia and call the shots at wholesale markets and organized groups of burglars.
Meanwhile, Nukri Galsky kept in touch with fellow thieves and participated in mafia summits.
Law enforcers established that the detainee was vetted in 2013 in Turkey. He had been prosecuted both in Russia and Georgia for crimes related to drug trafficking and burglary.
Dochia will not be able to enter Ukraine for 5 years.
Thief in law expulsion
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