Kluchevskie gang member keeping away from justice for 12 years detained
For 12 years he lived on forged documents.
The police of Chita detained active member of the Klyuchevsky criminal group Vladislav Telkin, who was wanted for 12 years. The operation of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Chita Municipal Department of Internal Affairs was held on the night of October 5 in the city of Vladimir.
The 45-year-old detainee is well known in criminal circles, has repeatedly been suspected of committing murders, kidnappings and other serious crimes. Telkin had a fake passport and a military ticket.
"Art of conspiracy, use of forged documents allowed him to remain unnoticed for 12 years," the press service of the police said. It is interesting that on the operative video of the detention of Telkin in the mansion a decorated Christmas tree is depicted.
The detainee is placed in a temporary detention facility. At present, the question of his transfer to the Trans-Baikal Territory is being decided.
Zabmedia informs with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Trans-Baikal region that in 2005 in the garage of the Chita Regional Philharmonic the police found a warehouse with weapons, ammunition, stolen documents, a police uniform and cars, some of which were listed as hijackings. The police established involvement of Telkin’s gang, which was part of the Kluchevskie OCG. The gang’s members were detained and convicted, and Telkin escaped on the wave of detentions. He was put on international wanted list and kept away from justice for 12 years.
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