EKATERINBURG, November 13 - RIA Novosti. The Chkalovsky District Court of Yekaterinburg on Monday sentenced three men to imprisonment on charges of a series of robberies against girls whom the convicts invited on dates and then robbed, according to the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Yekaterinburg.
“On November 13, the Chkalovskiy District Court passed a sentence to the accused, according to which the men were found guilty of committing crimes under Part 4 of Article 162 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Robbery”), Part 3 of Article 161 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Robbery”). Makhmudov and Malik Gakhramanov were sentenced to imprisonment for 12 years and nine years and six months, respectively, with serving the sentence in a maximum security colony, convicted Ramil Isaev - ten years in a maximum security colony, "the message says.
The department clarifies that the men were detained on January 31, 2016. According to the investigation, the attackers got to know their future victims in a group of one of the social networks.
"They offered to get to know each other, take a ride in a car or relax in a cottage. A pleasure trip usually ended at night in some remote place, for example, in the vicinity of the villages of Medny-2 or Rudny of the regional center. There, under the threat of a knife and physical violence, all valuable things, mainly telephones, gold jewelry, bank cards, fur coats. After that, the accused, despite the frost, simply left the victims at the crime scene and left, "the message says.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs explained that the victims were mostly underage girls who deliberately overestimated their age when registering on dating pages on social networks.
"In the course of further operational work of the detectives of the criminal investigation department, it was established that the detainees were involved in a whole series of such attacks. At that time, the internal affairs bodies received about five statements from the victims in this case," the police said.