Dealers illegally smuggled men to Moldova in Odessa region – UNIAN

Citizens subject to general mobilization were transported for 4.5 thousand dollars.

The organizer and two of his accomplices were detained while trying to transport four

In the Odessa region three intruders who illegally transported men to Moldova were detained.

About it reported at the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Odessa region.

It is noted that a 26-year-old resident of the region organized the scheme and attracted accomplices to it, including a citizen of another country. The attackers used the garage as a “transshipment” base. There they gathered those wishing to cross the border and conducted a preliminary briefing. After that, one of the perpetrators transported the men past the official checkpoints to the territory of the Republic of Moldova. For the services rendered, members of the criminal group received 4.5 thousand dollars per person.

According to the report, on September 15, the organizer and two of his accomplices were detained while trying to transport four “clients” across the state border. According to the results of authorized searches in places of residence, in vehicles and in a garage where men were gathered, the police seized cars, a pistol and a gun with cartridges for them, as well as 5,850 dollars and more than 60,000 hryvnias.

Three members of the criminal group were detained in accordance with Article 208 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine and reported on suspicion under Part 3 of Art. 332 (illegal transfer of persons across the state border of Ukraine) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. On four “clients” law enforcers drew up protocols under Art. 204-1 of the Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offenses (illegal crossing or attempted illegal crossing of the state border of Ukraine).

The issue of choosing a measure of restraint by the suspects is being decided.

As UNIAN reported, in the Rada want to let men go abroad on a monthly fee.

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