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Warrant against half-sister: Three-year-old died by 28 knife wounds

            

              
              
                

            

              

After the cruel death of a three-year-old in Detmold, arrest warrants a 15-year-old half-sister to the boy. From "deep dislike" she is said to have killed the child with 28 stab wounds, as the autopsy shows. She does not deny the act.

              

In the case of the three-year-old boy from Detmold, apparently stabbed by his half-sister, a judge has issued a warrant for murder against the 15-year-old suspect. According to the autopsy, the juvenile detainee arrested on Thursday after hours of flight should have taught the child 28 stab wounds, as reported by the prosecutor Detmold and the Bielefeld police

Motive for the deed done in a Detmolder apartment building on Wednesday evening that the 15-year-old had lived in a difficult family environment and developed a "deep aversion" to her half-brother. In their first interrogations in the police and on Friday before the magistrate, the suspects did not deny the bloody deed. According to the investigators, she also considered herself the perpetrator, but claimed memory gaps for the time of the crime.

A concrete reason for the act called the 15-year-old, according to the information. Investigators estimated that the three-year-old slept in the apartment on Wednesday night at the time of the bloody murder.

Limitation of Guilt?

The magistrate based the order for murder on the murder prosecution's claim for murder the low motivations and the treats. The juvenile should now be brought to the Iserlohn Prison, which is responsible for young prisoners. According to investigators, a psychiatric expert will soon be investigating whether the alleged perpetrator was guilty of being guilty.

The 15-year-old fled after the bloody murder and was arrested on Thursday morning after police arrested one Publicity investigation initiated and published a photo of the wanted. A witness then recognized the youth and called the police. A little later, the 15-year-old was arrested without resistance by a district official in Lemgo-Brake.

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