Timur Diky's OCG comprising of natives of Ukraine and Chechnya detained in Rostov region
The OCG terrorized local entrepreneurs and ordinary people.
In Novoshakhtinsk, security forces have conducted a large-scale special operation to detain members of the criminal gang who were engaged in robbery throughout the Rostov region. This is reported by the regional MIA's press service.
Natives of Ukraine and Chechnya have been detained. The police have carried out the operation with the support of the National Guard special forces and the FSB. According to the investigation, the group terrorized local residents and businessmen. Members of the organized crime group broke into houses, threatened their owners, and robbed them.
Siloviki have searched the place of residence of the detainees and seized a huge arsenal of pistols, two carbines, and ammunition. In addition, MIA officers have found part of the money that the gang members had stolen.
The OCG was headed by 35-year-old Rizvan Tamaev, or Timur Diky. His henchmen were 38-year-old Apti Inarkaev, 27-year-old Magomed Kasumov, and 41-year-old Ukrainian, Aleksandr Krolichenko. All the men have been arrested. Investigators are carrying out checks and searches, as well as establishing the involvement of bandits in other crimes.