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Armenian Police detain 3 persons wanted by Armenian, Russian and Georgian law enforcement authorities respectively

24.10.2019 12:18 Detection of Wanted persons

On Wednesday, October 23, a 25-year-old resident of Yerevan was detained on Charents Street in Yerevan and delivered to GUUR by employees of the General Department of Criminal Investigation of the Police of the Republic of Armenia. The man had been wanted by the law enforcement authorities of the Moscow oblast of the Russian Federation on charges of murder since August 16.
The initiator of the intelligence has been informed of his capture.
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A 29-year-old resident of Arevatsag village of Lori Marz was detained in the the same village by employees of the Community Police of Masis Division of the RA Police. The young man had been wanted on charges of evading the trial, assigned under Articles 118 and 137 of the RA Criminal Code since October 21.
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On October 24, at 02.45 am a 34-year-old Georgian citizen was detained at the Bagratashen checkpoint and taken to the Bagratashen branch of the RA Police from there. The foreigner had been wanted by the Georgian law enforcement agencies on charges of fraud since May 16, 2012,.
Custody has been selected as a measure of restraint.
The initiator of the intelligence has been informed of his capture.

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Note: Everyone charged with a criminal offence shall be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a manner prescribed by the Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Armenia and found guilty by a court decision that has entered into legal force.