Detained ex-Mayor of Yalta dispones lands for Greki gang
According to a number of sources, Andrey Rostenko is a member of a criminal group.
Detained in Moscow former Mayor of Yalta Andrey Rostenko is suspected of several episodes of fraud with land plots. Gazeta.ru reports this citing sources.
According to the edition, the ex-Mayor is a member of the criminal group Greki (Greeks). Being the Mayor of the city (from November 2014 to July 2017), he disponed land plots in favor of the criminal community, the portal writes.
Meanwhile, the sources of Lenta.ru report that Rostenko has already been interrogated by the investigator and now a measure of restraint is at stake.
Earlier, The CrimeRussia reported that the ex-Mayor of Yalta was detained in the evening of May 22 in Moscow.
Recall that the Greki gang was created in the mid-80's in the Crimea, its name arose from the fact that the backbone of a gang were ethnic minorities.
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