The Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has charged one person with the murder of his parents committed under aggravating circumstances and illegal possession of a firearm.
An investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office found that D.B. had intended to kill his parents over the years because of a personal conflict and disagreement with them. The agency says he illegally bought a firearm and waited for other family members to leave the house on April 27, after which he shot his sleeping father, Z.B., in the head with a firearm. Then he shot his sleeping mother in the head. As a result of the damage, Z.B. and L.T. Died on the spot.
The prosecution says after the murder, D.B. staged a robbery in the house to erase the traces, after which he started a fire in the apartment to cover up the crime and opened the natural gas tap. Law enforcers arrested D.B. on April 28.
The accused pleads guilty.
D.B. is charged with Article 236, Parts 3 and 4 of the Criminal Code of Georgia (illegal purchase, storage, carrying of firearms) and Article 109, Part 2 (premeditated murder of two family members). The sentence envisages 16 to 20 years or life imprisonment.
The Prosecutor’s Office will appeal to the Tbilisi City Court with a motion to detain the accused as a measure of restraint.