"I am shocked": Rostov crime lord Fyodor Sagomonov commented on detention of his daughter with large batch of drugs
According to Sagomonov, he has no relation to the seized substances.
The father of detained with drugs in Rostov region Emma Sagomonova, crime lord Fyodor Sagomonov, stated that he was shocked by the discovery of of a party of substances in the girl’s possession and had nothing to do with them, Obzor.io reports.
Sagomonov was videotaped by law enforcement officers who conducted searches in the girl’s apartment. In response to the operative's question about the detected substances, the man replies: “I am shocked. It doesn't belong to me.”
24-year-old Emma Sagomonova was detained on May 8 in the city of Aksai. After finding a large shipment of drugs in her car, the girl admitted that she carried them for stashes in Rostov-on-Don. According to her, she only took the drugs that she was supposed to distribute, sharing the coordinates of the stashes and photos to the coordinator via the instant messenger. In the bag in Sagomonov's car there was a bag with substances wrapped in black electrical tape. A criminal case has been initiated against the girl.
The father of the arrested, Fyodor Sagomonov, in the 1990s was known as the organizer of the Sagomonov organized criminal group. Novaya Gazeta wrote that the deputy prosecutor of the Rostov region, who himself took part in criminal "gatherings", was associated with the gang. The group of Fyodor and Vitaly Sagomonov supports crime lord Rafael Samurgashev and thief in law Artyom Demurov, also known as Artyusha. Demurov lives in Moscow, and to Rostov he comes with short visits.
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