Victim remains unconscious, police said
OSAKA (TR) – Osaka Prefectural Police have arrested a man for allegedly stabbing a police officer and stealing his gun in Suita City on Sunday, reports Fuji News Network (June 17).
At around 5:30 a.m. Yujiro Iimori, 33, allegedly used a knife to stab 26-year-old officer Suzunosuke Kose at the Senriyama Police Box. He then stole the officer’s gun, containing five rounds of ammunition, before fleeing the scene.
Kose is currently unconscious in a hospital, police said.
After police publicly released security camera footage showing the suspected perpetrator, Iimori’s father contacted police, believing the person was his son.
At around 6:30 a.m. on Monday, officers apprehended Iimori in Mino City on suspicion of attempted murder. The gun, which contained four bullets, was also retrieved from the suspect.
The stabbing took place after two colleagues responded to call about a break-in. Police later determined that the call, which turned out to be fake, was made from public phone located about 800 meters from the police box, police said.
Police are now seeking a motive for the crime.
Police seized about 40,000 uncensored DVDs from a warehouse used by the shop
In June, the agency suspended 13 comedians for participation at parties held by fraud rings
Court ruled that the defendant 'might have been aware' that a body was inside a garment case dumped at Gongen…
Suspect told police, 'Since the outlets in the chain have the same interior, I targeted them repeatedly'