Wakayama police issue desist order to yakuza boss extorting restaurants

A boss in an affiliate of the Yamaguchi-gumi is accused of extorting 5 Wakayama restaurants
A Yamaguchi-gumi boss has been accused of extorting 5 restaurants
WAKAYAMA (TR) – The Wakayama Prefectural Police on Wednesday issued a desist order to a boss of a crime syndicate who has been extorting restaurants, reports the Wakayama Broadcasting System (May 22).

According to prefectural police, between 2012 and October of last year, Hiroaki Ono, the 51-year-old head of the Koyama-gumi, an affiliate gang of the Yamaguchi-gumi, allegedly threatened violence to operators of five restaurants in Wakayama City who do not pay protection money.

The demand is based on the Anti-Organized Crime Law, which prohibits extortion.

The headquarters of the Koyama-gumi is located in Wakayama City.

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