Lutsenko wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"In a joint operation of the Prosecutor General's Office and SBU's K department, five people have been detained in Mykolaiv, including leader of a strong criminal organization Tytov, better know as Multik inside the criminal environment.
"These people are suspected of creating a criminal organization that was involved in murder threats, imprisonment, racketeering, raidership, car thefts, and embezzlement of property and state funds," Lutsenko wrote.
"The gang members have established control over political parties and decision making by state bodies and local government, and supported strong hierarchy within prisons of the Mykolaiv region," Lutsenko wrote.
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