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Sokhumsky, a thief in law, was arrested in Moscow


Zaur Gvadzabia, a 50-year-old thief-in-law, Georg Minashkin, was arrested by the Criminal Investigation Department. According to Prime Crime, in the criminal world he is known as Zaur Sokhumski.

In Moscow, on Mitinskaya Street, law enforcement officers stopped the authorities on June 22. They found drugs.

On the operative shooting, Gvadzabia denies his involvement in the upper strata of the criminal hierarchy and states that he has no contacts with other members of the criminal world and is not familiar with any of them.

Gvadzabia’s crown was established by the Kutaisi clan in 1999, but four years later, Merab Jangveladze and Kako Kokhia, the patriarch of the family of thieves in Sukhumi, were stripped of their status due to misconduct. After 11 years, the title was returned to Zaur.

Source: rambler


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