The head of laboratory in St. Petersburg, where he hit a student, was sent under house arrest

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Vasileostrovsky district court of St. Petersburg on Tuesday was released under house arrest of the head of the laboratory, which was allegedly made bomb exploded in the hands of the student, reports the United press service of the city courts.

On the evening of 13 April, police received information about the hospitalization of 17-year-old young man from the house 4 the Avenue Kima. In fact the injury of a teenager in the explosion of an improvised explosive device investigative authorities opened a criminal case on illicit trafficking of explosives.

As follows from the materials of the case, the victim is a student of chemical faculty of St. Petersburg state University of technology. He received severe injuries: traumatic brain injury, an eye injury, was amputated of both hands. In the course of his interrogation at the hospital, the investigators found that the bomb was made in the laboratory located in the premises of ZAO «Innovative technologies C&C» on the embankment of the river Smolenka. CEO Vasily Kiryanov and the chief of laboratory of Dmitry Shevchenko was arrested. Measure Kiryanov was later changed to house arrest.

«(The court) denied the petition of the investigator on the extension of remand in custody in respect of Dmitry Dovga… At the request of counsel, Dovhe a preventive measure in the form of house arrest for a period up to 23 September 2017», — stated in the message.

The report notes that the criminal proceedings on August 31 was admitted to the Prosecutor to approve the indictment. Both the defendant fully admitted his guilt and petition for special judicial proceedings.

 

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