Another 6 months to Vosmerochnye OCG member
Earlier, gang's member Sergey Antropov has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Member of organized crime group Vosmerochnye Sergey Antropov got six months in the strict regime penal colony for another episode of extortion. In total, the member of the gang, who was previously convicted for active participation in organized crime group's activity, holds behind bars 12.5 years.
The Gus-Khrustalny City Court found Antropov guilty of 1 million rubles extortion. In October 2012, the member of the gang began to demand money from a local resident, threatening her with violence and the destruction of her property. In spite of this, the woman did not give extorted sum, however, the bandit did not give up his claims. In March 2013, Antropov, while driving in his car on the highway Gus-Khrustalny - Vladimir, began to pursue the car of the victim, in the cabin of her car was an infant son. The member of the OCG, intimidating the woman, provoked an accident, but he managed to escape. In June of the same year, Antropov surprised woman at the car wash in Gus-Khrustal, where he also extorted money.
Sergey Antropov has pleaded not guilty. After a hearing the position of the prosecution, the court decided to add six months to the Vosmerochny's member of imprisonment and a fine of 800 thousand rubles.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, in November 2016, Vosmerochnye were sentenced to from 8 to 13 years in prison. Participants were charged with a number of articles of the Criminal Code: Art. 163 (Extortion), Art. 162 (Robbery), Art. 127 (Illegal Deprivation of Liberty). In the dock there were leader of the OCG Andrey Murtazin, his brother Ruslan Murtazin, Igor Kopatov, Victor Dukvin, Vyacheslav Eremin, Sergey Antropov and former deputy of the city council of the Edinaya Rossiya party Andrey Kashin. According to investigators, Andrey Murtazin organized the OCG at the end of the 90s with the purpose of racketeering in relation to entrepreneurs of the Gus-Khrustalny district and the neighboring Ryazan region.
Yet another scandal involving Boris Dubrovsky is looming in the Chelyabinsk region. The Governor is determined to resettle Uraim and Severny Klyuch villages against the will of their residents. Kolyma Governor Sergei Nosov suggested Dubrovsky to drive the people into bright future with iron hands. In fact, the future is bright mostly for Nosov and Dubrovsky – not for the resettled villagers.