Ex-KSW champ Mamed Khalidov arrested by anti-terrorism police: Reports

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Former two-division KSW champion Mamed Khalidov has been arrested in Poland in connection with the alleged illegal import of stolen cars from the Czech Republic, according to reports.

Polish outlets have reported that Khalidov, 38, was arrested in his home town of Olsztyn by officers from the country’s Anti-Terrorist Operations Office.

A statement from the National Public Prosecutor’s Office reads: “On the orders of the prosecutor of the Silesian Branch Office of the Department for Organized Crime and Corruption of the National Prosecutor’s Office in Katowice, officers detained Mameda K. on the luxury car pickup.

“In the course of the proceedings, the prosecutor of the Silesian Branch Office of the Department for Organized Crime and Corruption of the National Prosecutor’s Office in Katowice determined that the vehicles were purchased in the Czech Republic.

“Among the luxury cars there were such vehicles as Porsche Panamera, Range Rover Evoque, BMW M6, BMW 7 Series.”

Khalidov, who at one time was considered to be one of the best fighters outside of the major United States-based promotions, retired last December with a record of 34-6-2 following consecutive losses to Tomasz Narkun.

Reports state that the Chechen-born Pole will face a prosecutor before a decision is made over “preventative measures.”



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