Vors Khobot and Soloma detained in Domodedovo

Vors Khobot and Soloma detained in Domodedovo
Soloma

According to sources, Soloma tried to find out via Khobot who was the paymaster behind the attempt at him and get even.

The day before in Domodedovo, officers of the criminal search department detained two thieves in law (vors), 57-year-old Andrey Belyaev aka Khobot and 40-year-old Aleksey Salomatin aka Soloma.

Large amount of drugs was seized from Soloma during search. As for Khobot, he was released after a preventive discussion with police. 

To recall, Salomatin has previously been convicted for robbery. He was 'crowned’ in Turkey in 2013 by the Mingrelian clan Kardava-Mzarelua. Two years later, as a result of a ‘personnel audit’ conducted by Zakhary Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy), who had returned from Spain, Soloma’s ‘crowning’ was found invalid and his ‘thieves title’ was withdrawn. 

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Khobot

After that, a protege of Shakro’s family, mafia enforcer Roman Barinov was appointed underboss in the Tula region. Despite the decision, Soloma did not agree with it and continued to call himself a thief, ending up being hospitalized in intensive care with a severe traumatic brain injury in December last year. 

According to sources, Soloma tried to find out via Khobot who was the paymaster behind the attempt at him and get even.

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