How this man decapitated his neighbor before getting convicted for murder?
Vietnamese police have arrested a man named Tran Huy, 34, in Ho Chi Minh City for allegedly murdering his neighbor before decapitating the victim due to a conflict.
Officers in District 7 of Ho Chi Minh City confirmed that, Tran Huy, who resides in an alley at 645 Tran Xuan Soan Street had been arrested for murder. The victim was one of Huy’s neighbors, 44, named H.U.V, local media reported.
According to the report, local residents spotted something terrible out, they discovered a severed human head in the alley, while the victim’s body was inside a nearby house on Sunday.
They also saw Tran Huy holding a bloody knife while standing in front of his house. As the suspect, Tran Huy did not cooperate when police officers arrived, locking his door and refusing to drop the weapon.
In the same day, the officers managed to apprehend Tran Huy and took him to the police station.
How was it possible?
Tran Huy claimed that, he had come to victim’s house and killed him due to their conflict. He stabbed the victim to death with a knife before decapitating him. Tran Huy then smashed the windows of some nearby houses before walking back to his home.
At the police station, Tran Huy tested negative for narcotics and was still in a panicked state.
According to the officers, further investigation is ongoing, the Tuoi Tre Newspaper reported.
- ASEAN member states enhance joint efforts to eliminate child labour
- 4th meeting of the Japan-Philippines Maritime Dialogue held
- Vietnam working hard to promote human rights
- Vietnam reports 3,985 COVID-19 cases, 5,202 recoveries on October 22
- It’s official: Vietnam opens the country to foreign tourists from November 20
Vietnam’s biggest conglomerate will build a $387 million battery cell plant for its electric vehicles
JICA partners VP Bank in promoting financial access for women-led SMS in Vietnam
"Three-on-the-spot" model may be stopped in localities with high vaccination rate: Deputy PM
Firms with revenue less than VND200 billion enjoy 30% reduction in CIT
Vietnam-Laos trade continues flourishing