The Kalininsky District Court of Tyumen appointed eight months of corrective labor and observation by a psychiatrist to a local resident Valery M., who drowned puppies in a bathtub and threw mutilated dog heads into public places, accompanying them with “maniac reports”.
About it informs joint press service of the courts of the city.
19-year-old Valery M. was accused of cruelty to animals, but he was released from punishment for this episode due to the statute of limitations. The man was found guilty of disorderly conduct. In addition to corrective labor and observation by a psychiatrist, the court ordered a monthly deduction of 5% from the salary of the convicted person in favor of the state.
The man found puppies through ads on the Internet and drowned them in the bath of his apartment on Karl Marx Street. Then, in order to frighten the townspeople, the convict threw dog heads and other body parts mutilated with a knife on the benches of stopping complexes for a year. Along with this, he left notes with “reports of a maniac about attacks on women and the killing of not only animals, but also people.”
On the night of November 3, 2021, Valery installed a dummy explosive device on the installation bench, after which the operatives of the anti-terrorist unit immediately became interested in it. Four days later, he was detained during an ambush when he was returning from another stop, where he laid a note with a threat.