Police detained Konsul
In the city of Kupino, the Novosibirsk region, a gang of extortionists is detained.
FSB officers in conjunction with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the region have detained members of the criminal group specializing in extortion of money. Two bandits were detained at the moment of transfer of money from another victim. In one of the cafes of the city, 53-year-old leader of a criminal group named Konsul together with his assistant met with a local resident, from whom they previously demanded a tribute in the amount of 30 thousand rubles.
Criminals had acquittances from other debtors, as well as the loan contract worth almost half a million rubles. Also, during the search at the detainees, there were found bank cards issued on third parties, copies of documents on a title to the property of third parties, as well as a notebook with a list of Kupinsky district debtors and records of the black cash.
Konsul has multiple convictions for violent and property crimes. The similar biography his accomplices, three men aged 27 to 37 years old, have. They were convicted at different times for personal injury, theft, robbery, environmental crime, illicit arms trafficking, the Ministry of Internal Affairs Directorate in the Novosibirsk region noted. The fifth suspect, 42-year-old resident of the district, does not come in sight of the police.
A criminal case is initiated under article Extortion (part 2 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code).
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