|Born||January 14, 1959|
St. Petersburg, Russia
|Died||May 25, 2008|
|Affiliation||Bulgarin crime family|
Polkovsky was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, to two working-class people. In 1978, he founded the Red Fist alongside Ray Bulgarin, becoming key figures in the Russian Underground. They used secret arms dealership networks to recieve weapons and bullets, and stole money from civilians and Red Army food storages. In 1980, they fled to America when the KGB went on the hunt for them. There, Bulgarin and Polkovsky rebuilt their criminal empire from scratch, heading to nightclubs and hiring employees. Polkovsky murdered Italian crime syndicate leader Don Alex Pianta, and took over Bohan, his neighborhood. He was put in charge of the streets by Bulgarin, and he murdered several rival mobsters. In 1990, he was arrested for gang-banging, murder, loansharking, racketeering, and bank robbery, and put in jail for fifteen years, due to the efforts of family Consigliere Alexei Koltov. In 2005, he murdered Corleone crime family consigliere Rob Folasco and took over parts of Queens, and the Bulgarin Empire expanded. He soon became a threat to the other gangs of New York City, and The Lost MC, a biker gang from Jersey City, killed him as he patrolled Bohan with two cars escorting his lead car. His soldiers Pyotr Pavelov and Jaroslav Hardan were killed as well, in the gunfight that resulted in the deaths of all six mobsters and the looting of their corpses.