A horrific murder took place on Sunday in Cincu, Brașov County. A 64-year-old man is accused of mutilating his wife, after which he killed her by hitting her in the head with a totpor. The horrific attack allegedly took place during a jealousy attack.
Creepy murder in Cincu, Brasov. Blinded by jealousy, a man mutilated his wife and then killed her with an ax
A 67-year-old woman had a terrible end after her husband, blinded by jealousy, mutilated her and killed her with an ax. According to the representatives of IPJ Brașov, the crime took place “against the background of a spontaneous conflict, caused by jealousy”.
“In fact, on October 31, 2021, the dispatcher of the Brașov County Police Inspectorate was notified, by the single emergency call 112, regarding the fact that in a building located within Cincu locality, Brașov county, there is a person A complex task force consisting of a prosecutor from the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Brașov Tribunal, police officers from the Brașov Criminal Investigation Service, Section 3 of the Voila Rural Police and the Brașov Forensic Service was immediately set up. During the investigation, the police determined that on October 31, 2021, around 03.00, while they were in the communal house located in Cincu, Brașov County, amid a spontaneous jealous conflict, a 64-year-old man allegedly physically assaulted his 67-year-old concubine by hitting her in the head. and, with a blunt object, causing traumatic injuries that led to her death “, the spokesperson of IPJ Brașov, commissioner Alina-Maria Ivan, detailed for the local publication mytex.ro.
The alleged killer in Cincu has been arrested
The 64-year-old man was detained for 24 hours, and yesterday he was remanded in custody for a period of 30 days.
The policemen from the Brașov Criminal Investigation Service, under the delegation of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Brașov Tribunal, continue the investigations, in a criminal case under the aspect of committing the crime of “domestic violence” related to the crime of “murder”.
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