193) Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Movie style “supari killings & murders” in the form of traffic accident deaths

Woman gets lover to run over ex-lover in Thane

TNN | Updated: Dec 29, 2017

The woman, a 45-year-old married mother of 5 with a string of affairs, has confessed to police that she plotted the murder with her boyfriend.
  • The duo thought they could pass it off as a mishap. But Chouhan’s quick repair of his car and Sharma’s son’s mention of his exlover helped crack the case.

THANE: The death of a 46-yearold man from Thane’s Azad Nagar in what was thought to be a road accident has turned out to be a murder. Ramji Sharma, hit by a speeding car while on his morning walk on November 18, succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday. The Kasarwadavli police, probing the mishap, have now arrested his former lover and her boyfriend.
The woman, a 45-year-old married mother of 5 with a string of affairs, has confessed to police that she plotted the murder with her boyfriend Jaiprakash Chouhan (32), a driver with an app cab firm, as she was tired of Sharma’s pestering. The duo thought they could pass it off as a mishap. But Chouhan’s quick repair of his car and Sharma’s son’s mention of his exlover helped crack the case.

At the heart of the conspiracy is a 45-year-old housewife with five children. She had several relationships, and when an old lover began pestering her, she merely asked her 32-year-old boyfriend, a driver, to mow down the man.

At dawn on November 18, Ramji Sharma, 46, a resident of Azad Nagar, was taking a walk when a speeding car rammed into him and escaped. Sharma succumbed to his injuries over a month later on Wednesday, said DCP Sunil Lokhande.

Sumari Yadav, whose husband has a shop in Azad Nagar, and Jaiprakash Chouhan, who drives for an app cab firm, have been arrested. A murder and conspiracy charge has been added to that of rash driving.

After the accident, senior inspector Datta Dhole and inspector Nasir Kulkarni were alerted by two issues: how quickly the man had repaired the car, and Sharma’s son’s casual reference to the fact that his father used to talk for hours to his lover, but days before the accident they hardly spoke. Days after the accident, based on a tip-off, they found the car. “To their surprise, they saw it had already been repaired, with the side mirror and fog lamp replaced, and the denting fixed and new painting, which raised doubts,” said a police officer.

Checking the victim’s phone, they found Yadav’s number. “We got the woman’s number, and after analyzing her call records, we found most of the calls were made to Sharma and Chouhan around the time of the incident,” said the officer. She was called for questioning. Yadav could not give proper answers, and soon a shocking sequence of events was revealed. Sharma, who was in an illicit relationship with her, was pestering her. He even followed her and her husband during morning walks. Fed up, Yadav is believed to have plotted with Chouhan, her boyfriend, to bump Sharma off and pass it off as an accident, said police.

Chouhan kept a watch on Sharma’s routine for a few days and ran him over on November 18. Chouhan had left his rented house to avoid lenders seeking repayment and used to sleep in the car. Sources said his wife had come down and was living with her, but Yadav, who has a daughter-in-law, had a fight with her and told her to go away. Sensing trouble, Chouhan fled to UP but was picked up recently.

Mumbai: Mysterious hit and run accident turns out to be a murder plot

Yadav was picked up and she was questioned on Tuesday after which she confessed to have conspired the murder of Sharma as he was harassing her since past few months and she was fed up so she wanted to get rid of him.

Edited by Ekta Handa
Mumbai, December 28, 2017 |
A hit and run accident that happened last month in Thane after investigation turned out to be a murder plot planned by the man’s former lover who wanted to get rid of him.

On November 18, 46-year-old Ramji Sharma was on a morning walk as per his daily routine in Thane’s Kasarvadavli locality.

At around 5 AM, a speeding car ran over Sharma who suffered grievous injuries and slipped into coma. Sharma remained alive on life support but there was no trace of the car or its driver. Thane police initially registered a hit and run case against the unidentified driver and were trying to trace the driver but couldn’t find any leads to nab him.

The CCTV footage from a nearby camera only caught a white coloured Maruti Swift speeding at the spot close to the accident but the registration plate wasn’t visible.

Following several leads and questioning close relatives of Sharma finally helped cops find out about a woman with whom Sharma was in a illicit relationship. Sharma’s cousin brother told cops about Sumari Yadav, a married woman from the same locality, was in a illicit relationship with Sharma.

“We followed the lead and started digging out more and more details, the call detail records of Yadav showed that till the date of the accident she had been receiving calls from a particular number and calls stopped after the accident. When we found out the number of the person who had called Yadav we found that he was a professional driver named Jayprakash Chauhan,” said DCP Sunil Lokhande.

He added, “digging more into Yadav’s details we found that he drove a white coloured Maruti Dzire car. This rung our bells and we picked up Chauhan and grilled him. Chauhan cracked and revealed that he was also in a illicit relationship with Chauhan and she was the one who had planned to kill Sharma”.

Yadav was picked up and she was questioned on Tuesday after which she confessed to have conspired the murder of Sharma as he was harassing her since past few months and she was fed up so she wanted to get rid of him.

“The murder was properly planned by Yadav as she knew when and where Sharma would go for a morning walk as per his daily routine. She planned it with Chauhan and asked him to mow him under his car. The plan was meticulous but technical investigation helped us after we got the lead from Sharma’s cousin,” said police inspector Nasir Kulkarni from Kasarwadavli police station.

He added, “We registered an attempt to murder case on Tuesday after extracting confession from Yadav and Chauhan and also found evidence from the car. The car in the accident suffered a dent on the right side and its right rear view mirror and fog lamp lid were broken. The car was seized and when we checked, the damages that happened in the accident were repaired”.

Sharma succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday following which a case of murder has been registered against Chauhan and Yadav who are presently in police custody remand

Patiala accident deaths turn out to be murders, family friend arrested

The deaths of a retired police sub- inspector Hazura Singh, 62, and his son Gurpreet Singh, 33 — whose bodies were fished out after their SUV crashed into Bhakra canal near Jaura Majra village, 40 km from Patiala, on April 20— have turned out to be well-planned murders.

PUNJAB Updated: May 13, 2016 copyright Hindustan Times

The accused in Patiala police custody on Thursday. (HT Photo)

The deaths of a retired police sub- inspector Hazura Singh, 62, and his son Gurpreet Singh, 33 — whose bodies were fished out after their SUV crashed into Bhakra canal near Jaura Majra village, 40 km from Patiala, on April 20— have turned out to be well-planned murders.

(Left to right) Victims Gurpreet Singh and Hazura Singh. (HT Photo)

“Vishawaman Singh, 34, a family friend of the deceased, is behind these murders. He is under arrest. Vishawaman owed some money to Hazur Singh and was not able to pay it back. So he murdered the father-son duo,” Patiala senior superintendent of police (SSP) Gurmeet Singh told reporters here.

“Police had almost closed the file considering these as accident deaths. However, inspector Bikram Singh Brar, found some crucial leads and started investigation following which the accused was arrested,” added the SSP.

On April 20, the accused called Hazur and his son on pretext of paying money to them. He however, gave them a drink laced with sedative and drove their SUV to the bridge over Bhakra canal at Jaura Majra village. He then jumped out of the moving vehicle that crashed into the canal, said police.

After committing the crime, he mingled with the family and even expressed shock and grief over the ‘accident’. He told police that the deceased had left his place after collecting money from him.

Cops, however, kept tabs on him. His mobile location was traced around 20 km from the crime spot near Samana. Police also found a CCTV footage where the accused was seen driving away his four wheeler parked there. “We got suspicious and detained him for questioning following which he confessed to his crime,” said the SSP. He has been booked under sections 302 (murder) and 201 (destruction of evidence) of the Indian Penal Code.

Demonetization move has halved Mumbai crime rate

TNN | Updated: Nov 27, 2016 copyright Times of India newspaper

Mapusa: The country is already witnessing the positive effect of demonetization as the crime rate has slumped in Mumbai, the financial capital of the country, Union defence minister Manohar Parrikar said on Saturday.

Addressing Bharatiya Janata Party‘s (BJPVijay Sankalprally in Aldona, Parrikar said that following the demonetization of 500 and 1,000 bank notes, murder rates have come down by half in Mumbai. “One of my friends from Mumbai told me that supari killing (contract killing) has dwindled now as there is no money to make payment for the supari,” Parrikar said, adding, “Over the past 20 days, the murder rate has halved in Mumbai”.

Parrikar said that movement of drugs has collapsed in Mumbai and the crime graph in the metropolitan city is decreasing because of the demonetization effect

“Khandani (extortion) which the builder used to give has stopped, as there is no value for the notes,” Parrikar said.

Addressing the impressive gathering, which BJP claimed will decide the election in favour of the saffron party, Parrikar said that demonetization has been wiping out the drug menace, terror funding, fake notes and black money.

“After demonetization, people have realized that the economic backbone of India is strong,” Parrikar said. “There is peace at the borders as we have no tolerance for peace violation,” he said.

“If they fire one at us, we will fire two at them. We would not like to have a war, but if someone looks at us in the wrong manner, we will not hesitate to hit their eyes,” Parrikar said. BJP leaders also praised the work executed by local member of the legislative assembly (MLA) Glen Ticlo.

BJP is currently holding Vijay Sankalp meetings in several constituencies of Goa, which will go to the polls early next year.

Accident turns out to be murder case

TNN | Apr 10, 2016

copyright Times of India newspaper

Hubballi: The death of a dalit leader’s son in a serial accident near Sarvodaya Circle at Kusugal Road on April 6 has turned out to be murder over old rivalry. Biker Vinayak Pille, 27, son of a dalit leader Kumareshwar Pille, was killed on the spot when a lorry hit two bikes. Pavan Gokak and Presilla Lloyd, who were on another bike, sustained injuries.

Police suspected something fishy after watching the CCTV footage of the accident. After being interrogated for hours, the lorry driver spilled the beans. Based on his confession, police arrested four persons – Gurappa Chalawadi of Ramnagar, his sons Santosh Chalwadi and Satish Chalwadi, and driver Davalsaab Mulimani for murdering Vinayak and attempting to kill others.

Police commissioner Pandurnga Rane said that there was old rivalry between Guruappa Chalwadi and Anthoni Lloyd over the byelection to ward no. 47 a few years back. They were involved in a clash in Cotton County Club. A case was registered and Vinayak and Presilla were witnesses against the accused.

The murder took place when the eyewitnesses were returning home after recording their statement before a court. However, the accused remained absent during the hearing. Main accused Gurappa and his sons decided to eliminate the eyewitnesses and observed their movement. The accused gave Rs 4 lakh as ‘supari’ to the lorry driver. Family members of Vinayak donated his eyes to Dr MM Joshi Eye Hospital. Other organs could not be donated as they were inactive. Vinayak was killed on the spot.

A murder case has been registered against the four persons at Keshwapur police station.

‘Death in road accident turns out to be a ‘supari’ killing’

When Nagendra Swamy, a resident of Alanahalli in the city, was run over by a truck at Prakruthi Extension in Chikkalli on the outskirts of Mysuru on June 27 this year, the Siddharthanagar Traffic police registered a case of death by road accident.

But, a little over three months later, the police have arrested four persons, including the wife of the deceased, for their involvement in the ‘supari’ (contract) killing of Nagendra Swamy. Apart from Nagendra Swamy’s wife Sudha (40), the arrested include Mohan Kumar (32), with whom she allegedly had been having an extramarital relationship for the last 12 years, lorry driver Ashok Kumar (33), and his daughter Pooja (20).

After Sudha allegedly asked Mohan Kumar to eliminate Nagendra Swamy, Mohan Kumar contacted Ashok and paid him Rs. 6 lakh to murder him. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) H.T. Shekar told The Hindu that the police realised that it was a case of murder during the course of investigations due to the road accident case they had registered. “The brother of the deceased lodged a complaint that he suspected foul play. When we investigated the case, we realised it involved four persons in the murder,” he said.

Fatal accident turns out to be a murder in cold blood

TNN | Updated: Aug 22, 2017, 05:59 AM IST

PUNE: Shankar Zende did not die in an accident. The 39-year-old owner of an eatery was brutally murdered on a Nigdi flyover in a planned manner.

The Nigdi police cracked the mystery surrounding Zende’s death following the arrest of two suspects on Monday, three days after the former was found dead.

Police said Azad Shaikhlal Mulani (26) of Chikhali and Sahadev Solanki (26) of Triveninagar had hatched the plot to eliminate Zende following a dispute over money. The duo carried out their plan in a way that his death appeared to be the result of an accident.

Zende was found lying on the Pavale bridge at Nigdi early on Friday. After being alerted by a passer-by, a team of Nigdi police reached and found Zende unconscious with severe head injuries. His damaged scooter was lying next to him.

Police took Zende to a hospital, where he was declared dead upon arrival by doctors. Police had then registered an accidental death case after the post-mortem confirmed head injuries as the cause. Zende was found without a helmet.

As the Nigdi police continued the probe, some relatives and friends of Zende became suspicious to find Mulani, his former partner, away from his funeral. After being tipped off about Mulani’s absence in the funeral, police started questioning him. He spilled the beans and also told police Solanki’s involvement in the crime.

“Solanki, a former employee of Zende, was arrested from Vishrantwadi on Monday,” senior inspector Vijaykumar Palsule said.

“When we contacted Zende’s relatives during the probe, they told us about his dispute with Mulani. Our suspicion grew as we got to know that Mulani did not attend Zende’s funeral,” he told TOI.

The officer’s team swung into action and took Mulani into custody. “After sustained questioning, Mulani admitted that he and Solanki had killed Zende,” Palsule said.

Though Mulani and Zende were parnters in the eatery business, the former also ran an illegal business of lending money. “Mulani said Zende had borrowed Rs 20 lakh from him and was not returning the amount despite repeated reminders,” Palsule said.

Solanki, who worked as a waiter at Zende’s eatery, had quit the job about a month ago. “Solanki said Zende used to harass him and was not releasing salary that had accumulated up to Rs 40,000 over a period of time,” Palsule said.

After quitting the job, Solanki started working with Mulani as his loan recovery agent. On August 15, Mulani and Solanki met Zende and asked for the money. “They entered into a brawl with Zende after he refused to return the amount. The duo then hatched the plot to eliminate Zende,” Palsule said.

Mulani and Solanki were on Monday produced in a court that remanded them in police custody till August 28.

Mumbai Cops Abandons Man’s Death As Accident, Witness Turns Up Screaming Murder

Oct 30, 2017, 20:03 IST | Samiullah Khan

Last Week, The Aarey Police Found The Body Of An Unknown Person Near The Film City Area In Goregaon. Since There Were No External Injuries On The Body And Allegedly Because The Person Reeked Of Alcohol

Last week, the Aarey police found the body of an unknown person near the Film City area in Goregaon. Since there were no external injuries on the body and allegedly because the person reeked of alcohol, the cops deduced that he may have died due to asphyxiation following excessive alcohol consumption and filed an accidental death report in the matter. Much to the shock of the cops, a teenage girl visited the police station during the weekend and claimed the man was murdered.

Shama Shaikh and Riyaz Shaikh being escorted out of the court

The deceased has been identified as Shankar Harijan, 26, a unit worker at Film City. Speaking to mid-day, an officer said, “When we probed the teenager’s allegations we found them to be true. We have boo­ked an Ambewadi couple, who have confessed to the crime.”

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The accused have been identified as Riyaz Shaikh, 24, and his partner, Shama Shaikh, 25. “Both Riyaz and Harijan wor­ked at Film City. Harijan used to frequent the Ambewadi area to procure “tadi” or country liq­u­or. On Wednesday, when Harijan, a resident of Santosh Nagar, went to procure liquor, he allegedly harassed one of Sha­ma’s relatives. The girl had approached Shama, who confronted Harijan on the road and slapped him. Soon after, Riyaz reached the spot and thras­hed Harijan, who was already in an inebriated state. Assuming Harijan had fainted, Riyaz carried his body 50 metres away from the clash site and dumped it near Film City,” a cop said.

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According to police sources, Harijan’s family didn’t suspect any foul play as Harijan was known to be a severe alcoholic.

Riyaz and Shama were arres­ted on Sunday. On condition of anonymity, an officer said, “An FIR has been registered in the case and the couple has been booked under Sections 302 and 34 of the IPC for murder and common intent. They were produced in the court today and have been remanded in police custody till November 2.”

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Traffic cops start fresh probe into nine-month-old accident

Seek Citizens’ Help To Identify Three Suspects

Bengaluru: The case of a US-returned Bengalurean, who was found dead next to his scooter on February 15 after partying with two women friends on Valentine’s Day, is testing the investigative skills of traffic police nine months later.

Dinky Thomas Mathew, 28, was found dead on a road in Nyanappanahalli near Hulimavu. Police registered a case of unnatural death and the probe pointed to the scooter having rammed an electric pole before falling. Though police say it was an accident, Dinky’s brother Vicky insists there is foul play.

On Thursday, traffic police sought the help of citizens to trace three suspects captured by CCTV camera of a Koramangala bar and restaurant where the deceased had partied on the fateful night. “Help us in identifying this unknown person. He could be a resident of Kormangala area. Identity of informer will not be disclosed. If you have any info, pls contact on 9480801805 or dcptebcp@ksp.gov.in(sic),” tweeted Abhishek Goyal, deputy commissioner of police, traffic (east), along with the suspects’ photographs.

Dinky, a Benson Town resident, had returned to Bengaluru from the US where he completed higher education a few months ago. He was looking for a job in the city.

Hulimavu traffic police said they were informed about Dinky’s death by a passerby at 5.30am on February 15. “We found he had a helmet but was not wearing it. We learnt he was drunk and his scooter had hit a pole before he fell on to the road and sustained injuries,” a police officer said. “We suspect the accident took place around 1.45am and Dinky died as he was not rushed to hospital in time,” he added.

In his complaint, Vicky said he got to know Dinky had attended a V-Day party with two women friends at a bar in Koramangala before his death. Police probe confirmed Dinky was close to two Delhi women who worked and stayed in southeast Benglauru. On the eve of V-Day, he picked up the women from their PG accommodation and accompanied them to the bar in a cab. He left his scooter behind at the PG.

“They reached the restaurant by 9pm and partied till 1am. They returned to the PG in an auto. After dropping them off, Dinky rode his scooter towards BTM Layout to meet another friend. The women warned him not to ride as he was drunk,” police said.

Vicky suspects the two women or others known to them may have played a role in Dinky’s death. CCTV footage revealed three men known to the two Delhi women were present at the bar. The women told police they got acquainted with the trio during their visits to the bar and didn’t know their names or contact numbers. Police have decided to question the trio.

ONLINE ROUTE: CCTV images of the suspects posted on Twitter by DCP Abhishek Goyal

He died in accident: Hulimavu police

Hulimavu law and order police, who were asked to probe the suspicious death angle, have submitted a report to traffic police, saying it is a clear case of death due to accident.

“The autopsy report confirmed that Dinky’s injuries were caused by the accident and that led to his death. But DCP Abhishek Goyal is relooking at the case and has formed a team headed by Siddalingappa, ACP, traffic (southeast) to question the suspects,” a police officer said.



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