In Istra near Moscow, five prisoners escaped from a temporary detention center, informs Prosecutor’s Office of the Moscow Region in Telegram. The department started checking.
According to an Interfax source, the escape was made by Alexander Mavridi, Ivan Turcanu, Alexander Butnaru, Denis Grozavu and Nikolai Teterya. According to preliminary data, the fugitives are not armed.
Alexander Mavridi – accused in the case of the murder of the “sausage king” Vladimir Marugov, who owned the “Meat Empire” and “Ozeretsky sausages.” The escape was made on the night of 6 August. By data Telegram channel Baza, according to one of the versions, “the fugitives just left through the back door of the isolation ward.”
How notes Telegram channel 112, the IVS officer on duty in the evening transferred Alexander Mavridi from the seventh cell to the fourth at the request of one of the fugitives. And for some reason he did not close the “feeding trough”. At night, the prisoners with a wrench dismantled the locks in the cell, told Olga Vradiy, a representative of the regional head office of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, to Interfax. Then they tore off the padlock on the gate and went off towards the Istra railway station. There were two left in the cell. They claim they were asleep and saw nothing.
The Moscow Region Prosecutor’s Office reported that during the inspection, “the actions of the responsible officials will be assessed.” According to Interfax, one employee of the detention center is being checked for involvement in the incident, he was detained pending clarification of the circumstances.
Vladimir Marugov was killed with a crossbow in November 2020 at his country house in the Moscow region. An acquaintance of the businessman said that two armed men broke into the bathhouse and tied them up. She managed to get out of the building and call the police writes RBC.
One of the suspects, Mavridi, was detained November 2 last year. After that, the Investigative Committee reported that a pensioner was found handcuffed to his bed in his house. He told investigators that Moscow apartments were being extorted from him. According to RIA Novosti sources, the victim was a retired lawyer Alexei Zavgorodniy. In relation to Mavridi, cases were opened under articles on the illegal deprivation of freedom and extortion of property.
A few days later, a second murder suspect, Pasha Akhmedov, was arrested.