Special forces detain Chechen MMA fighter Mamed Khalidov in Poland
The fighter is suspected of legalization of stolen cars.
MMA fighter and ex-KSW Champion, Mamed Khalidov, has been detained by employees of the Polish Bureau of Anti-Terrorism Operations. The operation was carried out in the Warmian-Masurian voivodeship in the north of the country.
Polish law enforcement officers suspect the athlete of legalization of stolen cars. Porsche Panamera, Range Rover Evoque, BMW M6, and BMW 7 were imported from the Czech Republic.
Khalidov will face charges after he is taken to the Prosecutor's Office. After that, a preventive measure will be elected for the athlete.
According to TVP Info, the detention took place in the normal mode, and the fighter did not resist. A meeting on his case has already been scheduled for today, June 12.
Mamed Khalidov, a Polish fighter of Chechen descent who moved to Eastern Europe during the first Chechen war, finished his sports career in December last year.
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