Adolescent is apprehended for stabbing and killing man in Santa Isabel do Rio Negro

At the time of the crime, the teenager was arguing with the victim, because she would owe you a sum of money.
14/02/2020 14h57 - Updated 15/02/2020 15h29

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Team 76th Precinct Police Interactive (DIP), located in Santa Isabel do Rio Negro, fulfilled warrant for search and seizure on Thursday (13/02) on behalf of a teenager 17 years, for authoring the murder that had the victim José Cláudio Felipe Borba, from 42 years. The offense occurred in the early hours of last Sunday (09/02), around 4:30 am, na rua Father Joseph Schneider, in the Centro neighborhood.

According to the delegate Aldiney Nogueira, holder of the police unit, the offender was arrested in the neighborhood Santa Ines, that municipality (distant 630 kilometers straight from the capital). At the time of the crime, the teenager was arguing with the victim, because she would owe you a sum of money. At one point, the teenager was lifted and struck knife stabs in José Cláudio.

"After the hospital trigger the Military Police, and the team did not find the teenager, I represented him to justice for his provisional detention. Once the injunction was issued, We left in care in adolescent offender search. The victim was hospitalized in serious condition and, on the morning of Friday (14/02), He succumbed to his injuries and died in hospital ", said Nogueira.

The delegate Aldiney Nogueira also said that the teenager has in its name 10 procedures at the police station for committing various acts infractional.

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The teenager was taken to the police unit of the municipality, which will account for infraction similar act to the crime of murder. This morning, he was transferred to a hospital ward Provisional in Manaus. The transfer was supported military police and the Guardianship Council of that municipality.


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