The conscript soldier Anton Makarov, who shot three colleagues in November last year at the Baltimore military airfield in Voronezh, was sent for compulsory treatment. It is reported in its Telegram channel Baza edition.
According to the newspaper, at the moment experts are not ready to answer the question of whether Makarov deliberately committed the triple murder. Therefore, it was decided to send him for compulsory treatment, after which a psychiatric examination will follow.
Makarov is charged under two articles at once: under clause "a" of Part 2 of Article 105 ("Murder of two or more persons") and Part 4 of Article 226 ("Theft weapons") Of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The detainee himself refuses to testify.
Recall that on November 9, at the Baltimore airfield in Voronezh, at about 5 am Private Makarov, hacked the officer on duty who reprimanded him with an ax (taken from the fire shield), took possession of his service weapon and shot two people and wounded another, after which he disappeared in an unknown direction. A plan "Interception" was announced in the city, officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Rosgvardia and SOBR were engaged in the search for the serviceman. Later Makarov was detained in the area of the village of Zemlyansk, he did not show any resistance. As it turned out, he was heading to his relatives in the Oryol region.
According to the press service of the Western Military District, Makarov's nervous breakdown could have been the preliminary cause of the incident with the shooting of three colleagues.