Investigation finished against resident of Kamchatka Territory who abused step daughter and other minors

The Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee has finished investigation against 38-year-old resident of Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Tushinsky accused of crimes under paragraph “c” of part 3 of article 132, paragraph “e” of part 2 of article 132, paragraph “c” of part 3 of article 131, paragraph “e” of part 2 of article 131 and paragraphs “a”, “b” of part 2 of article 105 of the RF Penal Code (sexual abuse, rape, murder).

According to investigators, in the period between 2005 and 2009, Tushinsky under wraps from his relatives and friends sexually abused and raped his step daughter using her defenseless condition. He had to stop in 2009, as the teenager moved to other region.

According to the records, pathological sexual attraction to his step daughter and impossibility to satisfy it became the reason why Tushinsky hated other teenage girls and young women and started killing them.

Since autumn 2009, the accused started patrolling streets of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Yelizovo District, Kamchatka Territory in his car looking for girls looking like his step daughter on deserted roads and bus stops to kill them. In the period between autumn 2010 and February 2014 he killed 5 people aged between 11 and 22 years. Tushinsky carefully hid three of the bodies. Their remains were found in 2014, during investigative and search operations involving the accused.

The investigators have done a lot of work including over 60 forensic inquiries, one of which, a psychological sexual one, found that the accused had signs of sexual disorder – pedophilia. The same inquiry confirmed that the man had realized what he had done and was in command of himself while doing it, that is was in full sanity.

The investigators have enough evidence, so the criminal case with the indictment approved by the Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation has been sent to court to be tired on the merits.