In Kyiv, a man killed a passer-by with a knife and injured a policeman: he was detained


About this informs press service of the police.

It is noted that the regular part of the Obolon police department received a message from doctors that there is a man with a stab wound on Heroiv Dnipro street. The management, investigative and operative group of the district administration and the capital headquarters, as well as dog experts, went to the place.

The law enforcement officers established that a conflict arose between the men on the street, as a result of which the perpetrator took out a knife and stabbed the victim in the stomach with it. Later, the person involved ran away, and the 35-year-old victim died of his injuries in an ambulance.

Photo: Kyiv police

The police added that during the arrest, the suspect resisted and stabbed one of the policemen of the territorial unit in the leg, but this did not prevent him from apprehending the intruder. The police officer was treated at the scene.

The detainee, a 36-year-old man from Kyiv, was informed of suspicions of intentional grievous bodily harm that led to the victim’s death, and intentional assault of a law enforcement officer while on duty.

Note: according to Article 62 of the Constitution of Ukraine, a person is considered innocent of committing a crime and cannot be criminally punished until his guilt is proven in a legal manner and established by a court verdict.

  • Also, on September 9, a man with a knife attacked children in the capital’s Forestry. The Kyiv police are looking for him.



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