This was reported by the Main Investigation Department of the IC of Russia in the Crimea and Sevastopol.

During the investigation, it became known that the 39-year-old resident of the village of Lenino, accused of killing a child, led an asocial lifestyle and regularly abused alcohol.

In addition, he has already been repeatedly convicted of theft, threat of murder, attempted rape and the last time he was released from prison in May 2019.

“They did not take measures to process this behavior and put a person under administrative supervision, which led to the formation of an opinion of lack of control and became one of the reasons for him to commit ... especially grave crimes against a child,” the department noted.

At the same time, the girl’s mother also abused alcohol and was repeatedly brought to administrative responsibility by the juvenile commission, but the large family was not put on preventive records.

Earlier, a court in Crimea arrested for two months accused of murdering a six-year-old girl and abuse of her.

On June 1, Kryminform reported that at the bottom of the North Crimean Canal, rescuers found the body of a six-year-old girl who disappeared in the Leninsky district of Crimea.

The next day, the suspect in the murder of a child was detained. It turned out to be a friend of the girl’s father, who volunteered to take her home, and then committed a sexual offense against the child, and then pushed her into the water.