In the Suvorovsky district of Odessa ex-husband killed a 33-year-old woman, once and for all resolve the question of whether someone should live their child
The couple divorced a few years ago, and their child, according to the court, had to live alternately with the father and the mother. The kid’s dad in the end decided that he had enough and did not want to return the child once the woman he loves. Knowing that she is going against, decided on drastic measures.
A man together with his mother went to the settlement Kotovsk, where lived a woman. Ex-husband knew she was in the apartment alone.
Later the mother of the inhabitant of Odessa told the police that when he returned to the house, her son took a bottle of gasoline and went to the ex-wife on the sixth floor. After some time out of the apartment, the smoke, and a couple minutes later the woman saw a man trying to climb out the window and asks for help. He could not resist and fell.
The mother brought the son to the hospital and left.
Medics took the victim, told the police that they received the man, suspiciously smelling smoke. Soon militiamen became known about a fire on the street of the city.
Upon arriving at the scene, police found a dead woman. They found that ex-husband killed her and to conceal the crime, set fire to the apartment. To get out of it he couldn’t, because the stuck door lock, so I ran to the window.
The suspect and his mother arrested, an investigation under part 2 of article 115 “deliberate murder” and part 2 of article 194 “deliberate destruction or property damage” the criminal code of Ukraine.
How it unfolded the tragic events between the deceased and her ex-husband, investigation is necessary to establish. Most of all, however, suffered a little child, who at one moment was left without a mother, and his dad is a suspect in a serious crime.
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Ted Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Week, Ted Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.