One of suspected in Voronenkov’s murder arrested

One of suspected in Voronenkov’s murder arrested
Voronenkov's murder scene

The earlier detained assumed collaborator of murder of the ex-deputy of the State Duma will stay under guards for 60 days.

The suspect of participation in the murder of former Russian parliamentarian Denis Voronenkov is arrested by a court decision for 60 days. The press secretary of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Larisa Sargan reported about it on Friday, June 16.

According to her, a collaborator of contract murder of the runaway deputy is taken into custody without the right for the pledge.

As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, representatives of National Police and Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine carried out searches and detentions in the city of Pavlohrad within the investigation of the murder of ex-deputy of the State Duma Denis Voronenkov.

As it was reported in national police, the “suspects of participation in a crime” a being brought to offices of police “for further necessary investigative actions”.

According to the portal, searches were carried out at the activist of The Pavlohrad self-defense Yaroslav Tarasenko after which he was detained. The online media notes that in 2015 Tarasenko was arrested on suspicion of robbery and storage of a weapon. However, after several court sessions, he was released.

Denis Voronenkov was killed in the center of Kiev on March 23 by a killer who several times shot at him and wounded his security guard. The Voronenkov’s bodyguard opened fire at the attacker and fatally wounded him. The murderer of the deputy died in hospital. The personality of the killer was identified – 28-year-old Pavel Parshov. Parshov served in one of the Ukrainian voluntary battalions in Donbass earlier.

Criminal case under the article ‘premeditated murder’ was brought upon Voronenkov's death in Ukraine. Main Investigation Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia also brought criminal cases according to Art. 105 and Art. 222 of Criminal Code (premeditated murder and arms trafficking). 



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