06 October 2012, 21:00

MIA: child injured in shooting at Dagestani wedding party in central Moscow

A 3-year-old son of a resident of Moscow was slightly injured, allegedly as a result of shooting, committed by guests of the wedding party of Dagestani natives in the centre of the capital. This was reported by a representative of the press service of the Chief Department of Internal Affairs in Moscow.

On September 30, at the centre of Moscow, the police detained 15 guests of Dagestani wedding party. According to law enforcement officers, the guests opened fire from traumatic weapons.

Immediately after the incident, the Moscow police called on through the media the witnesses of the incident to give necessary evidences. With the help of the journalists, the police managed to find and question a woman, a resident of Moscow. According to the woman, her son got in his face a fragment of automotive lights, which was shattered by a bullet from a traumatic pistol.

A criminal case was instituted under Article "hooliganism". This was reported on October 6 by the website of the Chief Department of Internal Affairs in Moscow.

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