Aydogan told police he received a text asking him to attend a meeting at the Stanley Avenue location with three Shakhbandarovs and a fourth Shakhbandarov, identified as Barysh. He indicated that he had previously conducted business with the Shakhbandarovs and had previously met at that location.
When he met with them this time, he told police that they accused him of selling them faulty glass products 10 months earlier, took his cell phone and would not let him leave. Aydogan reported that Zakhadin, Ali and Dzhalil roughed him up and Zakhadin produced a knife and threatened to cut out his tongue and cut off his genitals if Aydogan called the police.
Ayodgan said that they demanded money from him and asked if he had a debit card.
After an estimated hour and 20 minutes into the incident, an associate of the Shakhbandarovs arrived, Ayodgan said. Not long after the associate arrived, the Shakhbandarovs gave him his phone back and he was able to leave the location.
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The court filing obtained by WHIO said that Ayodgan was able to identify his attackers as the Shakhbandarovs. That, along with his statements were enough to convince a judge to sign arrest warrants for three of the four Shakhbandarov men.
There was no information in the affidavit about Barysh Shakhbandarov’s involvement, other than his being mentioned in text messages asking for a meeting at the Stanley Avenue location.
As of Wednesday evening, the Shakhbandarovs, 31-year-old Ali, of Ray Street, 23-year-old Dzhalil and 45-year-old Zakhadin, both of Tail Oaks Court, were booked in Montogmery County Jail.