307 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Monster son bludgeons his mother to death unable to bear her ill health

Man bludgeons mother to death over her knee trouble

Unable to take care of his 55-year-old mother as she was immobile due to a knee problem, a 23-year-old man has killed her by smashing her head with a blunt weapon. The accused has also hit her face with the same weapon.

Such was the impact that the victim’s tooth had fallen off. According to police, the accused had been allegedly forcing the elderly woman to beg or earn and take care of her livelihood as she had become a burden for him. After killing her, the accused had fled the scene. However, he was arrested after the victim’s daughter filed a complaint with the police.

The accused has been identified as R Santosh Kumar alias Santosh, a resident of Mallasandra. The murder came to light on Tuesday morning at around 7.30 am. Neighbours had spotted the woman, identified as Muniyamma , being beaten up by her son on Sunday afternoon and since then she was not seen. The incident came to light only two days later. The accused, a painter by profession, was arrested on Tuesday evening while he was hiding near a temple in the vicinity. On Wednesday, the police recovered the wooden stick which he used to murder her and his blood-soaked clothes. The accused, an alcoholic, was finding it difficult to buy alcohol, besides look ing after his mother. His father had died few years ago and since then Muniyamma had been staying with the accused.

“The accused, while being interrogated, has claimed that his mother had become a burden after she was confined to bed due to a knee problem. He was forcing her to beg with her physical disability. He was forcing her to listen to him as people would give her more money and that would be enough to run the house. When she kept refusing, the accused would always thrash her and harass her,” said an officer.

His sister R Radha, a resident of Nandini Layout, filed a complaint on Tuesday. The sister told police that the accused would beat her as well whenever she asked him to take care of her mother. She also said he was a chronic alcoholic.

After the body was found, neighbours called up Radha and informed about her mother’s death. She The accused has been remanded into judicial custody.

MAN BLUDGEONS MOTHER TO DEATH OVER HER KNEE TROUBLE

Unable to take care of his 55-year-old mother as she was immobile due to a knee problem, a 23-year-old man has killed her by smashing her head with a blunt weapon. The accused has also hit her face with the same weapon.

Such was the impact that the victim’s tooth had fallen off. According to police, the accused had been allegedly forcing the elderly woman to beg or earn and take care of her livelihood as she had become a burden for him. After killing her, the accused had fled the scene. However, he was arrested after the victim’s daughter filed a complaint with the police.

The accused has been identified as R Santosh Kumar alias Santosh, a resident of Mallasandra. The murder came to light on Tuesday morning at around 7.30 am.

Neighbours had spotted the woman, identified as Muniyamma , being beaten up by her son on Sunday afternoon and since then she was not seen. The incident came to light only two days later. The accused, a painter by profession, was arrested on Tuesday evening while he was hiding near a temple in the vicinity. On Wednesday, the police recovered the wooden stick which he used to murder her and his blood-soaked clothes. The accused, an alcoholic, was finding it difficult to buy alcohol, besides look ing after his mother. His father had died few years ago and since then Muniyamma had been staying with the accused.

“The accused, while being interrogated, has claimed that his mother had become a burden after she was confined to bed due to a knee problem. He was forcing her to beg with her physical disability. He was forcing her to listen to him as people would give her more money and that would be enough to run the house. When she kept refusing, the accused would always thrash her and harassher,” said an officer.

His sister R Radha, a resident of Nandini Layout, filed a complaint on Tuesday. The sister told police that the accused would beat her as well whenever she asked him to take care of her mother. She also said he was a chronic alcoholic.

After the body was found, neighbours called up Radha and informed about her mother’s death.

The accused has been remanded into judicial custody.

Two-day old body of 82-yr-old woman found in her Panchkula house

The report will shed more light on the cause and circumstances of the death,” said station house officer (SHO),Sector 5 police station, Karambir Singh. An 82-year-old woman’s body was found under mysterious circumstances at her one-kanal house in Sector 7, here on Wednesday afternoon. Karambir said, it might be a natural death case as the woman was suffering from cancer for last four years. As per the initial medical reports, the body is over two-day old. “We will be investigating as to why her daughter did not raise alarm regarding her mother’s death, despite being in the house.

An 82-year-old woman’s body was found under mysterious circumstances at her one-kanal house in Sector 7, here on Wednesday afternoon. The matter came to the light when the neighbours informed the police, after foul smell spread in the area.The police found the victim Mohinder Kaur’s body in her bed. Kaur was living with her 42-year-old unmarried daughter Jyoti. As per the initial medical reports, the body is over two-day old.

The woman had been suffering from cancer for the last four years, police said.

“We will be investigating as to why her daughter did not raise alarm regarding her mother’s death, despite being in the house. For now, we are awaiting the post-mortem reports before starting the probe. The report will shed more light on the cause and circumstances of the death,” said station house officer (SHO),Sector 5 police station, Karambir Singh.

The body was shifted to a general hospital in Sector 6 in the evening only and post-mortem will be conducted on Thursday, said the SHO. “Forensic samples have been taken from the house,” he said. Karambir said, it might be a natural death case as the woman was suffering from cancer for last four years.

Daughter not in sound state, say police

The initial probe suggested that the mental condition of the victim’s daughter is not believed to be sound, which might be one of the reasons why she did not inform the police about the death. However, an official said, if the post-mortem report raises any doubts, her questioning will be vital. She was not even at home when the police arrived. The woman is survived by her husband who is separated from her and resides in Zirakpur.

Wife immolates self over domestic spat, husband dies while saving her in TN

Tiruchirapalli, Feb 8 (UNI) A 36-year-old woman allegedly committed self immolation, while her husband also died attempting to save her after a domestic quarrel at K. K. Nagar, here in the wee hours of Thursday.

Police said the domestic squabble between the couple ultimately turned serious as the woman, Sathya, in a fit of rage, doused herself with kerosene and set ablaze herself late last night.
Her husband Suresh (42), a lorry owner-cum driver while attempting to douse the fire also suffered serious burn injuries.
Read more at http://www.uniindia.com/wife-immolates-self-over-domestic-spat-husband-dies-while-saving-her-in-tn/states/news/1131756.html#lG9Te1UEFuPHug7l.99

Locals vandalize, set police station afire over custodial death in Sambalpur

Ainthapali police station

Sambalpur: Aggrieved over the custodial death of a theft accused at Ainthapali police station in the district later last night, scores of locals wreaked havoc by vandalizing the premises and setting the police station ablaze.

According to sources, several documents and furniture were damaged in the incident. The irate mob also set several motorbikes and police vehicles afire those were kept in the police station premises.

In a bid to restore normalcy, police resorted to lathicharge after some agitators pelted stones and clashed with the cops. Senior police officials including SP Sanjeev Arora were present at the spot and monitoring the situation.

According to reports, the locals went wild after one theft accused Abinash Munda of Bhalupali village was found hanging with a bed-sheet inside the lockup on Thursday.

Irate over the custodial death, locals staged a road blockade near Bhalupali disrupting vehicular movement on Sambalpur-Rourkela road this morning.

The body has been sent to district headquarters hospital and a judicial inquiry was conducted in presence of magistrate and family members. Later, the body was sent to VSS Medical College and Hospital in Burla for autopsy.

 

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