Court arrests man suspected of murder in Podolsk
The man stabbed a mayor after getting into a fight over a girl.
A resident of Podolsk, who had been detained for killing a police officer from Tver has been arrested by court decision. This is reported by the ICR's press service.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, the murder was committed on the night of January 9. That night, police major from Tver, Maksim Dunaev, was visiting his girlfriend. During the party, Aleksey Isaev – a neighbor who rented a room in the same apartment – joined them.
When Isaev and Dunaev were having a drink, a conflict arose between them. Some sources say, the MIA officer got jealous of his girlfriend. In response, the neighbor attacked him with a knife and stabbed him in the neck.
At first, the murderer fled the scene, but was soon detained. During questioning, he made a confession statement, disclosing all circumstances of the crime committed.
Aleksey Isaev from the Republic of Chuvashia had been previously convicted for Encroachment on the Life of an Officer of a Law-enforcement Agency (Art. 317 of the Russian Criminal Code).
Video: Court deciding on the arrest of a man suspected of murdering police officer in Podolsk
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