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Stanowice. They checked whether the electricity was consumed legally. One of the controllers was stabbed in the stomach with a kitchen knife, the attacker was charged with attempted murder

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Two inspectors came to the house in the village of Stanowice near Rybnik (Śląskie Voivodeship) to check the legality of the electricity consumption. There was a brawl and scuffle. The son of the owner of the house attacked one of the controllers with a knife. The wound turned out to be harmless, but the attacker heard the charge of attempted murder.

The crime took place on Saturday (November 13) at 8.40 in one of the houses in the village of Stanowice in the Rybnik district. Two people from an external company hired by an energy company came there for inspection. All due to the suspicion that the household members are using electricity illegally.

– According to the findings of the investigators from the Police Station in Czerwionka-Leszczyny, employees who were to control the legality of electricity consumption were allowed into the house. At one point, there was a brawl and scuffle. During it, the 44-year-old son of the owner of the house attacked a 34-year-old with a kitchen knife, wounding him in the stomach – describes Bogusława Kobeszko, spokeswoman for the police in Rybnik.

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Innocent wound, attempted homicide charge

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The 44-year-old was detained. In the District Prosecutor’s Office in Rybnik, he was charged with attempted murder with possible intention. Although the wound turned out to be harmless to the life of the 34-year-old – the man is already at home – the investigators assumed that by stabbing the perpetrator with a knife blow to the abdomen, the perpetrator might have expected it to end tragically.

At the request of the prosecutor, the Rybnik court decided to arrest the 44-year-old for three months. He may even be imprisoned for life.

Main photo source: Silesian police



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