The stepson of rock musician Stas Namin, Roman, stated during interrogation that the motive for the murder of his brother and grandmother was a long-standing family conflict. About it reported in the Telegram channel
Main Investigations Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the Moscow Region.
“During the interrogation, the man confessed, telling about the circumstances of the incident. The motive for the murder, in his words, was a long-standing family conflict,” the text says.
The investigation into the case continues; forensic, molecular genetic and psychological-psychiatric examinations have been ordered. Material was also taken from the accused for toxicological testing.
Earlier it was reported that in a private house in the village of Kryukovo, Istrinsky district, the bodies of 85-year-old Polina Tkachenko and 30-year-old Artem Mikoyan, who is the son of Stas Namin, were found. The cause of death was stab wounds.