302 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Road rage murders, most horrific & unimaginable murders & suicides/deaths

Boy, 4, dies after chewing cellphone charger pin

Chikkamagaluru: A carpenter in Chikkamagaluru lost his 4-year-old son Abhignan in a freak accident on Thursday evening when the boy placed a mobile charger pin in his mouth and chewed on it when it was plugged into the power point.

Abhignan was electrocuted after theelectrical current passed through the charger cable into his body. The charger was connected to the power point and it had not been switched off. The cable was hanging from the power socket and it caught the boy’s attention. He put the pin in his mouth and was electrocuted.

Abhignan is the only son of Indresh and Leela, who stayon Vagar Road, Aldur. Abhignan had been given a bath by his mother just minutesbefore the incident. Standing on a chair placed close to the power socket, he managed to hold the cable and put it in his mouth. He fell unconscious. His mother was alone at home when the incident happened.

A police officer said there was no visibleinjury, either in the mouth or any part of his body. Doctors who conducted the autopsy told policetheboy may have died of heart or liver damage.

Family sources claimed the boy didn’t receive proper medical care at MG Hospital and the delay may have caused his death. The boy died en route to Chikkamagaluru hospital. Police said this should be an eye-opener to mobile users, especially those with kids and senior citizens at home. Many users tend to leave mobile charger cables switched on and this could prove dangerous.

Severed head of infant found on Hyderabad house terrace

Hyderabad: The severed head of a five-month-old infant was found on the terrace of a house at Uppal’s Chilka Nagar, on the outskirts of the city, on Thursday morning.

Cops are yet to locate the remaining body parts and ascertain the child’s identity, said Malkajgiri DCP Ch R Umamaheswara Sarma. The crime was discovered when a resident of the house went to the terrace to dry clothes.

“Because of the lunar eclipse on Wednesday, nobody went to the terrace. Around 11am, I went there and found the baby’s head,” said V Balalakshmi, 55.

Balalakshmi alerted her family, who in turn, summoned the cops. Police reached the spot with the Clues Team and a dog squad. “We examined the area and also did a 3D scan, which captures the entire crime scene in detail, enabling us to go back and check if we’ve missed anything. It may be a case of human sacrifice since there was a lunar eclipse on January 31. A probe is underway,” said a Clues Team officer.

Headless body found 15 days after murder

Bengaluru: The highly decomposed body of Manjunath, a resident of Nelamangala, was fished out of the Vrishabhavathi River near Doddabele village, about 8km from where it had been dumped 15 days ago. The 38-year-old was beheaded and the body thrown into the river.

Nelamangala police claim Manjunath was murdered on January 23 by his tenant and his sons following a dispute over rent. He was murdered at Kempalinganahalli on Kunigal Road near Nelamangala.

Body thrown into river

Central Crime Branch (CCB) police stumbled on the ghastly crime when they picked up Syed Shanshuddeen alias Syed Altaf, 40, the main accused, for suspicious movement. Syed was detained on Mysuru Road on January 31.

Police say Syed confessed that he and his two minor sons had murdered Manjuanth. Syed told police they had cut off Manjunath’s head, buried it on his land and threw the headless body into the river near Kengeri.

Investigation on

CCB police arrested the trio and handed them over to Nelamangala rural police, who were already investigating the case.

Man, sons dump headless body of landlord in river

Bengaluru: A 38-year-old landlord was allegedly murdered by his tenant and his two minor sons after a disputeover rent at Kempalinganahalli, Kunigal Road, near Nelamangala, a week ago.

The landlord’s severed head has been disinterred from his plot, but his body couldn’t be found. The incident came to light when Central Crime Branch (CCB) cops picked up main accused, plywood merchant Syed Shamshuddeen alias Syed Altaf, 40, for loitering suspiciously.

Altaf confessed that he and his two sons, aged 14 and 15, had murderedhislandlord Manjunathfrom Nelamangala, cutoff hishead and buried itin hisland, before throwing the remains in Vrishabhavathi river near Kengeri.

Altaf and his sons, residents of Haleguddadahalli on Mysuru Road, opened a wood factory in a shed belonging to Manjunath, in Kempalinganahalli a few months ago. The family later rented a house near the Nelamangala bypass.

Altaf was unable to pay rent in time and Manjunath allegedly used abusive language against them. The tenant’s family decided to avenge the humiliation.

Altaf called Manjunath to the shed, saying he would clear the rent arrears. When Manjunath visited them on January 23, Altaf and his sons slit his throat. Later, they choppedoff hishead and buried it in Manjunath’s land, took the headless body to Bengaluru in a car and dumped it in the river. CCB sleuths alerted Nelamangala Rural police who had filed a missing complaint after Manjunath’s disappearance. Altaf’s two minor sons have been sent to a juvenile home.

Cops managed to retrieve Majunath’s head and are scouring the river for his body.

SEARCH ON: Police scour the Vrishabhavathi river

In road rage case, Delhi man shot dead in front of young nephew; suspects absconding

The victim, identified as Vinod Mehra, was shot in the chest on Bhalaswa flyover allegedly by occupants of a speeding car. Mehra was a Congress Seva Dal worker and stayed with his family in Delhi’s Geeta Colony.

New Delhi | Updated: February 6, 2018 4:59 pm

Delhi Congress Seva Dal member shot dead in road rage incident at GT Karnal RoadAccording to police, Vinod Mehra (in the picture) had left his house to attend a marriage function at one of the banquets on GT Karnal Road.

A 43-year-old man, driving home with his 16-year-old nephew, was shot dead after he got into an argument over rash driving on GT Karnal Road early on Tuesday, police said. The victim, identified as Vinod Mehra, was shot in the chest on Bhalaswa flyover allegedly by occupants of a speeding car. Mehra was a Congress Seva Dal worker and stayed with his family in Delhi’s Geeta Colony. He was a local builder.

According to the police, Mehra along with his nephew had gone to attend a marriage function at one of the banquets on GT Karnal Road. “While on his way back he got into an argument with the occupants of another vehicle who were driving in a rash manner and overtook his car. Both the vehicles stopped at the Bhalaswa flyover when one of the men in the other car pumped bullets into Mehra’s chest,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (North-West) Aslam Khan.

Mehra’s family members said a speeding Eeco had brushed past Mehra’s Wagon-R following which he shouted at them from his car. The accused then reportedly intercepted Mehra’s car, shot at him and fled.

The bullet had pierced the left side of Mehra’s chest. He was taken to a hospital where the doctors pronounced him brought dead, police said, adding the suspects are absconding and footage of nearby CCTV cameras are being scanned.

Police said they were informed about the incident by a PCR call around 2:53 am by a passerby, following which they reached the spot and rushed Mehra to Parmanand Hospital. The family has, however, claimed that they took Mehra in their own vehicle to the hospital and had also stopped at Timarpur Police Chowki for help. “They (police) did not help us and told us to go on our own. It was the young nephew who drove the victim to Paramanand Hospital,” claimed Mangat Ram, Mehra’s father

Mumbai Crime: Dombivli Woman’s Head Smashed With Cooker For Abusing Youth’s Mother

Feb 05, 2018, 10:00 IST | Faisal Tandel

A Senior Citizen Was Found Murdered At Her Dombivli West Residence Last Morning By Locals. The Vishnu Nagar Police, Who Have Registered A Case, Found That She Was Attacked With A Cooker And Knife On Her Head


A senior citizen was found murdered at her Dombivli West residence last morning by locals. The Vishnu Nagar police, who have registered a case, found that she was attacked with a cooker and knife on her head. The police have arrested a resident of the same building, Rohit Laxman Tayade, who allegedly killed the woman for abusing his mother during a fight between them.

The discovery
According to the police, the victim, Manisha Jaywant Khanolkar, who is in her early 60s, lived in Om Parshuram Apartment in Kopargaon. Officers believe the incident took place between 9 pm on Saturday and 11.30 am yesterday.

“The victim used to take tuition classes for schoolchildren at her home and had been staying alone for the last 17 to 18 years. She was found in a pool of blood in her kitchen, with blunt injuries on her head,” said an officer. Senior inspector R N Munagekar said, “After not seeing her around on Sunday, residents of the building suspected something amiss and climbed up to her flat window. They saw her lying in the kitchen.”

Fit of rage
“The accused’s mother and the victim had a fight a week ago, during which the latter abused her. In anger, he assaulted her and killed her,” said another officer. Vaijinath Shridhar Kedar, 30, a sub-inspector at Vishnu Nagar police station, is the complainant in the case, registered under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code.

Woman throws son from balcony, jumps to death

TNN | Feb 5, 2018

KANPUR : A 33-year-old woman allegedly threw her five-year-old son from the 11th floor of an apartment in Indiranagar and then herself jumped to death on Sunday afternoon. Cops said she was schizophrenic.

“Both died on spot due to severe injuries,” said SSP Akhilesh Kumar Meena. The woman — Jaya Agarwal — was a resident of Patrakarpuram. Her husband, Pawan Agarwal is a chartered accountant, Meena added.

Pawan said the couple had gone to their newly constructed flat in Indiranagar with their sons, Parth (7) and Utkarsh (5), when Jaya suffered a psychosis attack and ran towards the balcony. She first threw Utkarsh and later jumped off. Cops have sent the bodies for autopsy.”Upon hearing screams, we rushed outside to find the child and woman lying in a pool of blood,” said a neighbour.

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  • Hyderabad: Infidelity delusions led to 9 murders in 8 days


    PublishedFeb 6, 2018
    Four incidents in eight days that cost five women and four children, including a three-months-old infant, left city residents startled.


     In the Chandanagar murder last Monday, two women and a four year-old-child were killed.

    Hyderabad: Four incidents in eight days that cost five women and four children, including a three-months-old infant, left city residents startled. Not to end at that, the gruesome murders had two unborns as victims. Experts saw this as an effect of delusion of infidelity developing in men due to mental instability or chronic alcoholism or a personality issue. Suspecting the loyalty of their partner would build up and the reaction could be extreme, said psychiatrists. But, activists say each case had to be viewed separately.

    In the Chandanagar murder last Monday, two women and a four year-old-child were killed. The body of an unidentified woman in her eighth month of pregnancy was found dumped at Kondapur on Tuesday. On Thursday, the severed head of an infant was found at Uppal and in the latest on Monday, a woman and her kids were murdered at Meerpet.

    Senior psychiatrist Dr Preethi Swaroop says many factors were involved in taking a person to this extent of cruelty. It could also be called an “Antisocial personality disorder’ (ASPD). Persons suffering with these factors strongly believed their partners were not loyal to them and as an impulsive reaction could go to any extreme like harming and killing even their own children

    Hyderabad man arrested for killing wife, children aged 4 and 6

    Ashish Pandey Hyderabad February 5, 2018 UPDATED 16:01 IST FOLLOW EMAIL AUTHOR READ LATER HIGHLIGHTS Man running a dental clinic in Hyderabad killed wife and two children The 40-year-old accused said that he was frustrated due to financial issues Meerpet police station of Rachakonda Comissioner zone in Hyderabad is investigating the case Harender Goud with his family A case of triple murder has been reported from Hyderabad, where a man killed his wife and two children. The case has been registered at the Meerpet police station of Rachakonda Comissioner zone in Hyderabad. The 40-year-old accused Harender Goud, a resident of a Jillellaguda, murdered his wife Jyothi, six-year-old son Abhitej and four-year-old daughter Sahasra before walking to the nearest police station and confessing his crime. Harender Goud told the Deputy Commissioner of Police, LB Nagar, that he killed his family in financial distress. Goud ran a dental clinic and the police are investigating if his statement is true or not. In another incident last week, body of a pregnant woman was found near Botanical Garden of Cyberabad. A three-month-old baby’s severed head too was found dumped within the Rachakonda Commissioner zone a few days ago. In both these cases, identities of the deceased could not be established. ALSO WATCH | Hyderabad: Wife kills husband, pours acid on lover’s face to pass him off as hubby

    Rowdy-sheeter hacked to death

    Bengaluru, DHNS: A rowdy sheeter was hacked to death in broad daylight by unidentified persons near the Yelachenahalli metro station on Monday evening.

    According to the police, Kumar, a resident of Yelachenahalli, had come to Nanjappa Layout for some work when the five suspects attacked him around 4.30 pm. They threw chilli powder in Kumar’s face, chased him for nearly one kilometre till the metro station and attacked him with lethal weapons. Leaving him to bleed on the road, the assistants fled from the spot. He died on the way to hospital. Local residents were in a state of panic following the incident.

    Kumar was a rowdy sheeter in the Banashankari police station and had several cases, including murder and attempt to murder, against him.

    The Kumaraswamy Layout police have registered a case and are investigating. They suspect old rivalry to be the reason for the murder and are interrogating all the rowdy sheeters in the locality.

    Delhi Congress worker shot dead on GT Karnal Road in road rage incident

    In what is believed to be a road rage incident, a 43-year-old Congress Seva Dal worker was shot dead today by an unidentified person following an argument on the GT Karnal Road.

    New Delhi | Published: February 6, 2018
    delhi, delhi congress leader dead, delhi congress leader shot dead, congress leader shot dead, Congress Seva Dal shot dead, karnal road, gt karnal road, india newsCongress Seva Dal worker was shot dead today by an unidentified person following an argument on the GT Karnal Road. (Source: IE)

    In what is believed to be a road rage incident, a 43-year-old Congress Seva Dal worker was shot dead today by an unidentified person following an argument on the GT Karnal Road. According to the details provided by the police, the victim was shot in the chest at the Bhalswa flyover by the accused. Deputy Commissioner of Police (North-West) Aslam Khan said the deceased has been identified as Vinod Mehra who stays with his family in Delhi’s Geeta Colony.

    A builder by profession, Mehra was an organiser at the outfit for the past six years, said Delhi Congress Seva Dal President Dineshwar Tyagi. The incident reportedly took place at around 2:53 am in the morning. The PCR van which received the information, reached the spot and took Mehra to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. However, the family has claimed they had taken Mehra in their own vehicle to Parmanand Hospital and had also stopped at Timarpur Police Chowki for help.

    “They did not help us and told us to go on our own. Mehra’s car was driven by his 16-year-old nephew and we reached Paramanand hospital where he died,” claimed Mangat Ram, Mehra’s father was quoted as saying by The Indian Express.

    Mehra was reportedly going to attend a marriage function at one of the banquets on GT Karnal Road. Aslam Khan further said that while on his way back, Mehra got into a brawl with the occupants of another vehicle who were driving in a rash manner. He added that both the vehicles had stopped at the Bhalaswa flyover when one of the occupants of the car shot Mehra.

    Meanwhile, Mehra’s family claims that his vehicle was bumped from behind and when the 43-year-old victim objected, the accused intercepted his car and pulled out a gun. Police said that bullet had pierced the left side of his chest and the doctors had pronounced him brought dead. The matter is now being investigated and the police is going through the CCTV footage to identify the accused.

    BJP calls it political murder; police label it an old rivalry

    JC Nagar Tense After 28-Yr-Old Man Murdered

    Bengaluru: Within a matter of hours, JC Nagar police arrested all four suspects believed to be involved in the murder of K Santosh, 28, a resident of 2nd Cross, Chinnappa Garden, on Wednesday night. While Wasim Khader, the prime suspect, was arrested from Cantonment Railway Station, Phillip was picked up from Shivajinagar. The other two, Umar and Irfan, were arrested near JC Nagar.

    Police said the suspects and the victim were acquainted with each other and had lived in the same area — JC Nagar — for years. A fresh row on Monday triggered incidents which led to the murder. Santosh’s mother also indicated as much, but that did not stop the BJP, who claimed Santosh was a party worker, from calling it a political murder.

    Police, however, refused to confirm or deny whether Santosh — his mother said he was into finance business — was associated with the BJP. They said his younger brother is an active BJP worker. Wasim runs a bakery set up by his father Khader, a local Congress leader. Philip is a gym instructor, while Umar works as a dailywage worker. Irfan is a tailor. All the accused are in their 20s.

    Chetan Singh Rathor, deputy commissioner of police (north), told reporters that Santosh and Wasim rowed after Santosh had objected to Wasim smoking ganja near his house on Monday. “It is too early to comment on the motive,” Rathor said.

    Police say on the evening of January 29, Santosh saw Wasim and his friends smoking near his house. “Thinking they were smoking ganja, Santosh shouted at Wasim and the others, and warned them not to smoke there again,” police said. “That same night, Santosh met Wasim at his bakery and asked him to procure a bottle of alcohol.” Police say Santosh often asked Wasim to buy cigarettes and liquor for him.

    Wasim though was still peeved with the scolding he had received. Police say he and his friends went to Santosh’s house past midnight and had a verbal altercation with K Kala. “Santosh’s mother apologized for her son’s behavior,” police said, adding: “When Santosh learnt about it, he was furious.”

    Around 7pm on Wednesday, Santosh confronted Wasim and his friends — Irfan, Umar and Philip — over the incident, and in a fit of rage, slapped Wasim.

    By then, three friends of Santosh — Rajesh, Ashok and Ravi —joined them. “Ïn the melee, Wasim pulled out a screwdriver and stabbed Santosh in his left thigh,” police said.

    Santosh was rushed to a hospital and later to another private hospital where he died of excessive bleeding, police said. Ashok filed the complaint.

    MOBBED: BJP and RSS workers protested and initially refused to accept the body of K Santosh (inset) in JC Nagar on Thursday

    Cong, BJP trade barbs over killing

    Bengaluru: The murder of K Santosh sparked off a war of words between Union minister D V Sadananda Gowda and state home minister Ramalinga Reddy. Gowda took to social media to shoot five sarcastic questions to the state’s five top Congress leaders: Chief minister Siddaramaiah, home minister Ramalinga Reddy, Bengaluru development minister K J George, KPCC president G Parameshwara and KPCC working president Dinesh Gundu Rao.

    “Do you five innocent leaders admit the murder of Dalit youth Santosh was the repercussion of the innocent government order which tried to withdraw cases against minorities? Did you realise the fallout of the circular is like a protective armour for the antisocial elements in the state? What will be your innocent reply to the parents of the Dalit youth who was killed mercilessly? There have been 23 murders in the state, will you admit at least now that your smart move of the circular has boomeranged? During your reign there has been a river of Hindu activists blood (sic)?”

    Reddy reacted as strongly, saying every Hindu activist’s murder had the involvement of a Sangh Parivar member. He even accused BJP workers of indulging in murder.

    “Now, will Sadananda Gowda go to each of these families homes where a BJP worker has murdered the Dalit and Hindu youth? Gowda is politicising Hindu activists murders in the state. People will take the decision on whether they want leaders like Gowda who are out to divide the society and let it burn or if they want leaders who will put out the fire which is being lit by the BJP (sic),” said Reddy.

    Later, Siddaramaiah said: “BJP leaders are making false claims for political gains. We don’t attach any importance to their allegations or claims.”

    CBI files charges against Dera chief for castrating 400

    New Delhi: Three years after it started probe into alleged castration of 400 Dera Sacha Sauda followers, the CBI on Thursday filed a chargesheeted against rape convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and two doctors.

    Ram Rahim Singh, head of the sect, is presently serving a 20-year jail term in two rape cases.

    The agency has claimed that Ram Rahim Singh, doctors Pankaj Garg and M P Singh conspired to castrate Dera followers, and as part of the conspiracy, surgery was conducted on the devotees at the Sirsa-based campus.

    The agency has charged Singh and the doctors for criminal conspiracy, voluntarily causing hurt using dangerous weapon (s) and criminal intimidation in the court of special judicial magistrate, Panchkula.

    “CBI had registered a case on January 7, 2015 against Baba Ram Rahim and others relating to alleged castration of several devotees/residents of said religious organisation on the orders of Punjab and Haryana high court on the basis of writ petition filed by a follower – (Hansraj Chauhan) in 2012 demanding CBI enquiry and compensation for his castration in Dera in 2000.

    “He had alleged that around 400 male devotes, including himself, belonging to Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan etc were castrated at Dera under the false claim made by Ram Rahim Singh that castration would lead to realization of god through him and thus they were emasculated through surgeries done at the behest of Singh,” said CBI spokesperson Abhishek Dayal.


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