The leader of the gang that attacked people in the Altai, has received 20 years of a colony

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The leader of the gang that attacked citizens in the Altai, and his nephew received 20 and 10 years in prison respectively for committing the murders, including a law enforcement officer, theft of firearms, the storage and transport of explosives, their production, according to the website of IC Russia.

«Altay regional court assessed collected consequence of the evidence and found the defendants guilty of the alleged acts, and appointed him a sentence of 20 years of imprisonment with serving in a colony of special regime, Titov – in the form of 10 years of imprisonment», — is spoken in the message.

According to the investigation, in 2005, the gang members detonated an explosive device near a car with a crew of Department of private security. As a result of explosion one policeman died in the ambulance car. In 2006 Vorobyov for the testing of manufactured explosive devices carried out two blasting doors in entrances of houses in Rubtsovsk.

According to the report, in 2007, the sparrows attacked a post office to get money, however the explosive device didn’t work. In the same year he participated in the attack on the man of the home guard military unit in the Altai territory, where the stolen carbine and wounded the guard. In 2010 the sparrows with the accomplice attacked a delivery driver at a gas station. The man died at the scene from gunshot wounds.

It is noted that later Vorobyov has created a criminal group with his nephew Dmitry Titov. In 2015 and 2016 men twice attacked postmen and seized more than 200 thousand rubles. They were preparing to make another attack, but it failed to prevent. When inspecting your home Vorobyov, was found and seized explosives and improvised explosive devices.

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