The ex-convict men, who were in a state of intoxication, entered the victim’s house and demanded that the shop be rewritten for them.
In the Volgograd region of the Russian Federation three PMC mercenaries were detained Wagnerwho, returning from the war in Ukraine, beat and robbed a local businessman, demanding that the store be rewritten to them. It was reported on May 12 by V1.ru.
According to investigators, on May 2, Ivan Zharkov, Denis Ruskov and Alexander Sagar, after drinking alcohol, entered the house of a businessman near Volgograd and demanded that the man rewrite his building and hardware store in home to them.
When refused, the Wagnerites beat the businessman and, threatening with a knife, forced him to conclude a contract for the sale of a car and took things and money from his house.
Currently, the perpetrators are in jail, they are in the pre-trial detention center. A criminal case was initiated under the articles on theft and extortion.
It was noted that each of the attackers had been repeatedly tried for various crimes, including robbery, drugs, and murder.
The three, while in places of restriction of freedom, signed contracts with PMCs, then they went to fight in Ukraine, but returned to the Volgograd region six months later.
Earlier it was reported that in the Chelyabinsk region of the Russian Federation, a drunk driver killed the commander.
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