National Guard raids Yekaterinburg’s elite clubs in search of drug dealers
Siloviki have inspected entertainment centers to expose drug sale, including the club, where a large-scale shootout occurred in February.
Friday evening on March 15, OMON riot policemen and National Guard officers raided elite clubs of Yekaterinburg. The operation began in the Tikhvin club on Radishchev street. The units searched for drug dealers and distribution points for prohibited substances.
The check did not spare Siniy Zhuk — the place was raided by dog handlers. As reported by Komsomolskaya Pravda, this could also be due to the shootout that took place at this club on February 24.
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