Krasnodar: Caucasian natives detained after night shootout
Police have issued an APB for a 28-year-old native of Chechnya.
Three participants in a shootout outside a market in the center of Krasnodar have been detained, MK reports. It was previously reported that at around midnight, dozens of men caused a showdown with the use of weapons. Referring to its source in law enforcement bodies, Yugopolis reported about four natives of Dagestan and Chechnya. Another source confirmed the detention, but reported about five detainees.
According to preliminary data, there were Caucasus natives among them. Ilyas Vanatov, a 27-year-old native of Dagestan, was wounded and taken to a hospital, but doctors could not save him.
As clarified by Komsomolskaya Pravda, police have issued an APB for a 28-year-old native of the Chechen Republic, Ruslan Rukmanovich Turashov. Allegedly, he escaped in a white Lada Priora (license plate в990тк95) together with other shootout participant, his relative Murad Musaevich Turashov. Some sources say they have a Saiga rifle and a rubber-bullet handgun.
As reported by Baza via Telegram, one of the detainees is Aram Gulyan, 25. He was caught immediately after the shootout with a wound in his forearm. He said he was just a passerby. Two more people were detained together with him, namely, 37-year-old Sharip Kodzoev and 37-year-old Samvel Keyan. Allegedly, both of them came from the Republic of Ingushetia. According to the channel, the shootout occurred due to a quarrel over music. A company of men did not like the sounds coming from the Lada. They asked to make it quieter in a not very polite manner, after which the conflict began.