Klyk detained in Novosibirsk
The leader of a major criminal gang has been on the federal wanted list since May 2014.
Kemerovo policemen together with colleagues from Novosibirsk detained 41-year-old Alexander Klysht, known in the criminal world as Klyk.
Wanted since May 2014 Klyk has been found in Novosibirsk by law enforcement officers. The leader of the gang specializing on the theft of heavy trucks is charged with committing 22 crimes. The suspect is placed in the detention facility on the investigatior's request.
The gang’s verdure came for 2012-2014 years. The group was perpetrating crimes in the north Kuzbass, sometimes committing crimes in Novosibirsk, the Tomsk Region, the Krasnoyarsk region and the Republic of Khakassia. Siberian Federal District businessmen, as well as Moscow one, whom belonged the goods transported by truckers, got it in the neck from criminals. The total sum of the damage amounted to almost 4 000 000 rubles. The gang was defeated in 2014. It was found that between crimes OCG members holed up in the taiga, located a few dozen kilometers from the nearest settlement. A special operation to detain them took place in the taiga.
The criminal case, which counted 41 volumes, was removed to the Mariinsky District Court for review. One of the gang members was given a sentence about a year ago - he concluded a pre-trial agreement on cooperation. The other 5 defendants listened the verdict on 14 October 2016, they received from 4 years to 6 years and 6 months imprisonment in a maximum security penal colony as a punishment.
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