Shootout in Moscow City: 6 injured during anniversary of crime lord attended by thieves and deputies
Thieves in law Shishkan and Aksen, the leader of Podolskie OCG nicknamed Luchok, and other distinguished guests were not directly involved in the domestic conflict; they left the restaurant soon after the shootout.
The shootout in the Oko tower, which ensued during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Izmaylovo OCG leader Dmitry Borisovich Pavlov aka Pavlik, involved the security of Gavriil Yushvaev (Garik Makhachkala), as reported by the CrimeRussia’s source.
The source also noted that Pavlik's security unit comprised of National Guard soldiers.
According to him, the birthday party of Dmitry Pavlov, which took place in Crystal Ballroom restaurant, was attended by thieves in law Sergey Aksenov (Aksen) and Oleg Shishkanov (Shishkan, Oleg Ramensky), leader of the Podolsk OCG Sergey Lalakin aka Luchok, other crime lords, and a number of well-known deputies of the State Duma.
The CrimeRussia's source noted that the domestic conflict ensued in the parking lot, and then moved to the restaurant. Pavlik's guests did not take direct part in the conflict; they left the building after the shootout.
As TASS previously reported, the security of Moscow City business complex had remarked the visitors for parking violation. The verbal argument turned into a scuffle. According to TASS, the conflict involved at least 15 people. As a result of the firing, six persons were injured.
According to the National Guard-led Okhrana FSUE, two employees of the unitary enterprise were injured in the shootout. In addition, employees of the private security company also suffered wounds.
The attackers fled the scene by three cars, namely Maybach, Toyota Land Cruiser, and Lexus. An All Points Bulletin has been sent out in Moscow. As a result of active search measures, four men have been detained, one of them badly wounded (he is currently in hospital).
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has initiated a criminal case under Attempt at Murder.
Gadzhiev was detained on June 14. A criminal case was initiated against him about participation in a terrorist organization (part 2 of article 205.5 of the Criminal Code) and promotion of terrorism (part 4 of article 205.1 of the Criminal Code).