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Police have curbed organized crime in the Khabarovsk territory
Police have curbed organized crime in the Khabarovsk territory, Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev told journalists after an operational meeting on Wednesday. According to him, members of the so-called Nanaj gang that committed thefts and robberies and was involved in drug trafficking were sentenced to various terms in prison several days ago. According to Nurgaliyev, this gang posed a serious threat involving minors in robberies and trying to implant the ideology of thieves in schools. The minister noted that ringleaders of the gang Vladislav Reve and Alexei Burmistrov were sentenced to 18 and 16 years in a strict regime colony respectively, other members of the gang were sentenced from seven to 14 years in prison. Meanwhile, Nurgaliyev noted that another gang acting in Komsomolsk-on-the-Amur is exposed. “Sixteen active members of the gang have already been arrested, including three mafia bosses,” the minister pointed out. “I believe that the exposure of these two gangs stabilized the criminal situation in the Khabarovsk territory. We should continue working effectively in this direction,” Nurgaliyev remarked. The Nanaj gang has acted in the Khabarovsk territory since 2000, the information department of the main police department in the Far Eastern Federal District told Itar-Tass. Its ringleaders formed three criminal groups. Two of them committed robberies. The third criminal group has a many-tentacled network and was selling alcoholic beverages and drugs. According to the Interior Ministry, about 43,000 crimes were registered in the Khabarovsk territory since the beginning of the year that is 17 percent more than for the same period last year. The number of registered murders reduced by 27 percent, 400 murders were solved in the territory this year. Meanwhile, about 500 crimes committed by organized criminal groups were solved, more than 200 members of gangs were brought to justice.
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