Khabarovsk police detained two 17-year-old boys suspected of killing a taxi driver robbery and theft. Before that, the attackers asked the victim to take them to a deserted place.

“During the investigation, one of the Teens confessed. The second with the consequence of not cooperating”, – informs the official website of the regional Department of the RF IC.

According to investigators, at night of December 1, 2016 two minor “decided to kill a random taxi driver to take his car and money.” They called a taxi through the dispatching service.

The request came 29-year-old man in the Toyota Corolla. Passengers asked the driver to call on the waste ground located nearby, for alleged battery. “When the car arrived on the scene, one of the Teens was to keep the driver, and the second was stabbed in the neck,” – said in a press release.

The victim was able to escape from the hands of murderers and began to run away. One of the attackers caught up with him and struck several blows with a knife in the back. Although severely injured, the man fled from teenagers.

The attackers searched the vehicle, but in addition to the cell phone found nothing. Then they drove the car on the other end of the vacant lot and returned home.

The wounded victim was found by the residents of a house at Vologda the street in the Industrial district of Khabarovsk, said the official website of the regional Ministry of internal Affairs. They reported it by phone in a call center of city Department of police N3.

At the scene was sent to outer police and investigative team. “The arrived police officers injured, losing consciousness, could only tell his name. The paramedics stated that the man suffered at least five stab wounds”, – explained in UMVD.

The victim was hospitalized. Doctors several hours fighting for his life, but on the morning of Khabarovsk died.

To solve the crime was established investigative team, which included the most skilled employees of criminal investigation Department of the regional Ministry of internal Affairs. It turned out that before his death, the man who worked in the taxi service, transporting customers in a rented car. The stolen car, the police found near the crime scene.

Has also been hot on the trail to establish the identity of the attackers. They were detained on the street fighters of SOBR Regardie. At that time the teenagers went to the Mall to sell a phone that belonged to the taxi driver.

“During the search in the apartment of one of the detainees seized in advance of the crime weapon – a knife. He sent for examination”, – told the police.

The detainee is charged with part 1 of article 105 of the criminal code (“Murder”). They were also checked for involvement in other crimes.

In the Urals, a teenager stabbed his mother to death

Another teenager, a suspect in the murder, was detained in Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk region. He is suspected in the massacre of 46-year-old mother, who lived in the Ordzhonikidzevsky district.

The investigation began after the night of 29 November 2016 in an apartment house along the street Ural workers had discovered the body of the victim with signs of violent death in the form of multiple stab wounds. The criminal case was initiated under part 1 of article 105 of the criminal code (“Murder”), reports the official website of the regional Department of the RF IC.

Operatives suspected in the murder of 15-year-old son of the deceased. “During interrogation in presence of his lawyer and legal representative of the young man confirmed his involvement in the murder, explaining that the motive was personal dislike, which was formed because of the regular quarrels that took place recently between him and mother,” – said in a press release.

As part of an investigation conducted by the inspection of the scene, question witnesses, appointed a forensic medical examination of the body of the deceased in order to establish the exact cause of death assigned to other examinations.

In Khabarovsk, two teenage boys called a cab and killed the driver 02.12.2016

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