Resident of Adygea republic massacres a family
A man killed a family of three and shot himself.
In the Republic of Adygea, a 55-year-old resident of the Krasnogvardeyskoye village shot three people and committed suicide. The tragedy took place on the evening of July 20. According to Telegram-channel 112, the conflict began with the fact that a 55-year-old resident of the village Vasily Lyakhov met his 23-year-old daughter Galina in a company of drunken men. He started telling off the girl and was beaten by her friends. Then he went home and returned to the offenders with two hunting rifles. After that, he shot the daughter and one of her acquaintances. Then Lyakhov went to his ex-wife to make a claim about the poor upbringing of the child. At the top of the conflict, the man shot and killed his ex-wife and her 49-year-old boyfriend, who happened to be around at the time of the quarrel. It is reported that the man's daughter Galina died not immediately, doctors tried to save her. The 28-year-old man who stood up for her is in a hospital with severe injuries.
According to other sources, Lyakhov first committed the murder of his ex-wife and her boyfriend because of a domestic quarrel, and only then went with arms to his daughter to the outskirts of the village. After the incident, policemen set off to look for the killer. They found the man dead in a forest in the eastern part of the village. According to the preliminary version, he committed suicide by shooting himself.
According to some reports, Lyakhov had a serious criminal past. The man was twice tried under Battery and Threat of murder.
The investigation of all the circumstances and the exact causes of what happened is being investigated by ICR in the Republic of Adygea. A criminal case has been initiated under part 2, Art. 105 of the Criminal Code (Murder of two or more persons).
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