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It is known that on June 22, in a children's camp in the Pushkin neighborhood, in one of the rooms, they found the body of a 20-year-old councilor with three shots knife in the chest. Suspected of a crime, a colleague of the victim was arrested, with whom she lived in the same room. It turned out that the crime had been committed during the conflict, while the suspect was drunk. The two girls followed a student practice in the camp.
“The investigator of the Pushkino City Investigations Department of the Main Investigation Directorate of the Russian Federation Investigative Commission in the Moscow region arrested a 23-year-old female leader of the a children's camp, suspected of having killed her colleague (part 1 of article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), “said Olga Vradiy, senior assistant to the head of the regional headquarters of the RF IC. RIA News.
According to her, now all the circumstances of the tragedy are being clarified. Forensic experts and investigators have already examined the scene, seized the linens and a knife. In addition, a forensic examination will be carried out. Soon the investigation will go to court with a petition to choose the suspected preventive measure.
The Moscow region prosecutor's office has also opened an investigation into the murder of a counselor at a Pushkin district children's health camp, said Natalya Grigorieva, head of the press service of the agency monitoring department. . She added that the inspection was entrusted to the Pushkin City Prosecutor's Office.
A source of RIA Novosti in the police said that at night in the children's recreation camp “Forest Lord” in the village of Dobroe in the Moscow region, two councilors were drinking. Later, they began to determine who was the best advisor. Then one of them stabbed the other with a knife. The victim managed to escape down the hall, but could not be saved.
Earlier, Sputnik radio reported that a resident of the Nizhny Novgorod region had been arrested for the murder of an American woman.