Moscow serial poisoner keeps tranquilizers and neuroleptics
At the moment, two criminal cases have been initiated under the article Theft and two - under the article Robbery.
The alleged poisoner from Moscow, the 26-year-old native of Kabardino-Balkaria Marat Sabanov, kept the drugs Fenazepam, clozapine, and tramadol, the Ministry of Internal Affairs with reference to results of chemical examination reports.
Three more victims appealed to the police. At the moment, two criminal cases have been initiated under the article Theft and two - under the article Robbery. The amount of damage increased from 80 to 140 thousand rubles. The investigation suggests that more than 10 people could have suffered from the actions of the attacker. Now law enforcement agencies establish additional episodes of crime, as well as looking for possible accomplices to the detainee.
The suspect confessed to the crimes. He was charged and signed a preventive measure in the form of a recognizance not to leave. The Moscow Prosecutor’s Office will monitor the results of the investigation, and the district prosecutors are instructed to check how the law enforcement agencies reacted to the facts of poisoning.
Earlier, The Village reported that in May and June, at least 24 people were injured by the actions of the attacker who treated passers-by with poisoned soda, and then beat and robbed victims. On June 25, it became known about the arrest of the suspect.
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