Saransk: OCG member from Mordovia to be tried for crime from 16 years ago
According to the investigation, the man committed several murders.
A 47-year-old member of Saransk OCG, accused of committing grave and especially grave crimes, is to be tried in Mordovia.
According to the investigation, the man shot two members of an opposing group with a TT pistol in Saransk in May 2002. A few months later, he shot another resident of Mordovia.
The same year, an accomplice of the crime was detained, but the offender in question managed to escape. After 16 years, it was reported that the wanted person was hiding in Nizhny Novgorod, and he was detained. The man has now been transported to Saransk.
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