In Ekaterinburg the best investigators searching for the killer, who dropped from the balcony of the vase on the head bailiff
In Sverdlovsk region criminal case upon drawing heavy injuries to the head employee of the Federal bailiff service (FSSP). The victim from the balcony of the house was thrown vase.
A criminal case under part 2 of article 318 of the criminal code of Russian Federation (“Application of violence dangerous to life or health, against a representative of authorities”) brought investigators of Chkalovsky district of Yekaterinburg. But then the case was transferred for further investigation in the third Department on investigation of especially important issues of regional management SK the Russian Federation, informs an official site of Department.
According to preliminary data, 5 Oct 2016 around 13:00, the bailiff was near the house on the street Schwartz in Yekaterinburg. There, “an unidentified person was thrown from one of the balconies of a residential building item, like glass bottle.”
According to press reports, the balcony was dropped vase. She fell to the head bailiff, “the escorting of the Executive action.” The officer was seriously injured and was hospitalized.
According to witnesses, the victim lost a lot of blood. To install, from the balcony of the apartment which was thrown vase, immediately failed. The HOA explained that employees of the Federal bailiff service “came to the debtor for a communal,” writes Life.
The Department of insurance of the Russian Federation noted that the transfer of the criminal case to the Department for investigation of particularly important cases associated “with a significant amount of the investigative measures necessary to establish all the circumstances of the crime.” Work is underway to establish the identity of the “thrower vase”, who faces a sentence of 10 years imprisonment. Also assigned the necessary judicial examination, interrogation of witnesses, “the seized and analyzed documents relevant to the investigation.
The investigation monitors the management of the RF IC.