Russian rap singers detained for burglary
Rap singers from Yuzhny Kvartal band were detained under suspicions in thievery, said the informed source of REN TV channel. Media service of the General Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Moscow Region confirmed the CrimeRussia the fact of two young men’s detention under suspicion in raid on a pawnshop.
“The arrested – a 29-years-old citizen of Moscow and repeatedly convicted earlier 32-years-old native of Solikamsk city are suspected in thievery,” – said the media service of the around Moscow central administrative board.
The musicians committed the burglarize in February 2015. Two young men burst into the pawnshop in Kubinka city of Odintsovo District and stole jewelry at a cost of 1,5 million rubles. After inspecting videos from the security cameras, law enforcers managed to identify the supposable criminals. After the detention, the police conducted search operations at the residencies of the defendants, during which they found a starting pistol, small-bore gun of foreign production, traumatic gun, 12 cartridges of various calibers, 9 mobile phones, jewelry, cash-memos from the pawnshop and pharmaceutical scales. The car, which the robbers allegedly used during the burglary, was also found.
A criminal case under art. 161 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation against the detained is currently under investigation. They can get prison terms up to 12 years.
It should be recalled that on February 16 2016, Sergey Mishko known as Brazi from rap-band Rynochnye Otnosheniya was detained with large consignment of drugs in around Moscow. According to official information, Brazi was transferring briquettes of drugs for a weight of 18 kg. A criminal case was initiated over the event under an article “Illegal drugs trading”.Video: rap singers from Yuzhny Kvartal band robbed a pawnshop
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