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Criminal case of thief in law Takhi sent to court in Transbaikalia

Criminal case of thief in law Takhi sent to court in Transbaikalia
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The criminal case of almost 200 volumes against the "thief in law" Takhi and his ten accomplices was sent to the Trans-Baikal Regional Court. The defendants in the case are accused of committing more than 160 crimes.

According to investigators, the previously convicted native of Georgia, George Uglava, known in criminal circles as the "thief in law" of Takhi, since 2003, has led an organized criminal community for more than ten years. They committed grave and especially grave crimes in Transbaikalia and beyond to extract material benefits.

According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, members of the criminal community were engaged in extortion, robbery, robbery, theft, theft. One of the units specialized in extortion from military personnel. Damage to 50 victims amounted to 3,2 million rubles. The members of this unit have already been convicted.

The criminal investigation took more than five years. Takhs were detained in Moscow in 2015, while at the same time, investigators in Transbaikalia searched for ten members of the criminal community, including those “looking” for the regions of the region and Chita.

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