A former official who injured three people on Stroiteley street in Moscow was detained
The attacker who opened fire from the window of a house on Stroiteley street in Moscow was Dmitry Pavlov, former deputy head of the Department of Science (pictured). He attempted resistence on arrest and was injured.
The gunner was detained by the police and the Russian Guard, reports TASS.
- During the detention, he resisted and was injured. Currently, the residents of the house are not in danger. Earlier, as a result of the shooting that the man opened, two passers-by suffered, the agency was told in the press service of the Moscow Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Recall that on June 7 at about 22:00 in the south-west of Moscow, Stroiteley street, house 5, building 3, a citizen started firing from a window, as a result of which two passers-by were injured. During the assault, one special police forces officer was also wounded.
The shooter was allegedly in an inadequate state. He hit a special police force's officer in the leg and was wounded by return fire.
The shooter turned out to be Dmitry Pavlov, the former director of the Hammer and Sickle factory, as well as the former head of the mechanical engineering development program department of the Industrial Enterprise Program Coordination Department of the Science and Industrial Policy Department, and the mechanical engineering enterprise development program department head in the same Department. At present, Pavlov has no official work, Komsomolskaya Pravda reports.
According to Vesti.ru, the shooter was a senior at home. It is also said that he recently divorced his wife.
The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case against Pavlov on the attempted murder and hooliganism.