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Russian police has deported Georgian kingpin2012-07-24 17:42
Officers of the Criminal Investigation Department of St. Petersburg have deported Georgian kingpin, known in criminal circles under the name of Vepkho, the Vesti reported. Earlier, he was included into the international wanted list.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the Regional Criminal Investigation Department of Russian Interior Ministry, a native of Georgia has been repeatedly observed by the St. Petersburg law enforcement officers for several years, he had no identification documents, and each time he called himself with various names. Finally, the CID officers identified the man and found that Vepkho was in Russia illegally.
It turned out that a citizen of Georgia was sentenced in absentia in Georgia to eight years in prison for drug trafficking and was included into the international wanted list, the RG.ru reported. Criminal Investigation Department in conjunction with the Federal Migration Service of Russia in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region took the decision to deport the "kingpin". The transfer of the offender to the Georgian side took place at the checkpoint "Lars" in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania.