Ex-chief of Kuban MIA Directorate Kuschevskaya center ‘E’ associated with Tsapoks left Kuschevka on parole
Former lieutenant colonel of police Alexander Khodych, who was called the leader of the power wing of the bloody Kuschevskaya OCG, after serving his term for fraud, as the connection with the Tsapkov gang was not proved, was released on parole in 2016. However, he did not stay in the village of Kushchevskaya, where his reputation was not forgotten.
Former Head of the Center for Combating Extremism (Center 'E') of the Kuschevsky district police department, Aleksandr Khodych, two months after his release from the colony left his native village and had already changed two places of residence, Komsomolskaya Pravda writes.
The fact that Khodych, who was called the kum of the Kuschevskaya OCG leader Sergey Tsapok left Kushchevskaya, his former neighbors said to the newspaper. Since by law parolees can move from region to region with mandatory registration with the MIA, Aleksandr Khodych moved to Rostov-on-Don, where he registered with the local police department and found a good job, becoming the director of the enterprise supplying agricultural equipment. However, Khodych did not stay long there returning to the Krasnodar Region in November 2017, where he settled in the town of Yeisk, the newspaper writes. Khodych refused to talk with the correspondent who called him and hung up.
Recall that the police lieutenant colonel Aleksandr Khodych, who was the head of the Kuschev Center 'E', and earlier the head of the interdistrict Organized Crime Division, was detained in November 2010 immediately after the murder of 12 people in the farmer Server Ametov's house in Kushchevskaya village. Khodych's name was closely connected with the criminal rampage in Kushchevskaya. However, the investigation did not confirm this information and Khodych received his term on another matter.
In April 2012, the lieutenant colonel was sentenced to 8 years in prison for fraudulent use of official position. According to the investigation, the ex-head of the center for combating extremism of the Kushchevsky district police department extorted a large sum from the local businessman in exchange for stopping the criminal case and illegally seized the car of another businessman.
Aleksandr Khodych served his term in a penal colony for law enforcers in Nizhny Tagil. In the colony, the newspaper writes, Khodych did not conflict with anyone and worked in the woodworking shop. In 2016, he was released on parole almost three years ahead of schedule, because the administration of the colony and the psychologist gave him positive characteristics.