“Diamond Boy” Tomas Leviev was detained in Sheremetyevo
He was on the placed in the federal wanted list in December 2015 after an accident on Krymsky Bridge in Moscow.
The police arrested Tomas Leviev who caused a road accident on Krymsky Bridge in Moscow in October 2015. He was arrested right on the landing field at Sheremetyevo Airport, reports Life. 19-year-old Leviev was taken to the investigation department and interrogated, after which he was released on recognizance not to leave.
According to Life, Tomas Leviev through his representatives had already come to terms with all the parties involved in the accident.
On October 16, 2015, around midnight, Ferrari on the Krymsky Bridge at high speed crossed into the oncoming lane and rammed Volvo and Ford. As a result of the collision the car caught fire. Behind the wheel of the sports car, there was a 18-year-old "Diamond Boy" Tomas Leviev who was driving without a license. The father and security who arrived took off, not providing any help to the victims.
Later, in the hospital a relative and a family friend of the Leviev’s Alexander Mirilashvili came into a conflict with the representatives of the press. The businessman behaved himself boorishly with the law enforcement officer and eventually hit him with his car and dragged on the bonnet for several meters. He was found guilty under p. 2 art. 318 of the Criminal Code ("Use of violence dangerous to life or health against a representative of authority in connection with the performance of his duties"). On March 25, 2016, Mirilashvili was sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment in a penal colony.
On the night of October 27, Tomas Leviev left Russia, taking off from Domodedovo airport for Tel Aviv. In November 2015, against Thomas Leviev the criminal case for violation of traffic rules was initiated. And in December, he was placed in the federal wanted list.
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