A 17-year-old teenager in Jepara regency, Central Java was arrested by the police for the alleged homicide of his personal mom, which reportedly occurred over one thing as trivial as getting scolded for watching an excessive amount of TV.
Fachrur Rozi, who heads Jepara Police’s Crime Investigation Unit, stated that the incident occurred on Sunday afternoon. The teenager suspect — recognized by his initials MF — was watching tv when his mom recognized as 34-year-old SM, scolded him for being unemployed and losing his day in entrance of the telly. Rozi additionally defined that MF had dropped out from junior excessive, and that his father was not at residence when the crime came about.
The mom and son then received right into a heated argument, which led MF to seize a knife and use it to stab SM within the abdomen. In accordance with Rozi, MF panicked instantly after and requested for assist from the neighbors. SM was then taken to the emergency room, however she succumbed to her accidents within the night.
In accordance with reviews, even after her personal son had stabbed her, SM nonetheless tried to guard him by telling him to make up a lie in regards to the incident.
“Mom’s love is aware of no bounds, the sufferer SM stated, ‘Inform your father that I had been stabbed by an insane one that entered the home.’ So he went out asking for assist from his neighbors [and saying] that his mom was stabbed by an unknown loopy particular person,” Rozi said.
Regardless of the fabricated story, the neighbors reportedly didn’t purchase it in any respect and have become suspicious of MF anyway, main them to report back to the native police. MF later confessed to his crime following an investigation, and continues to be present process questioning. If convicted, he may withstand 15 years in jail or a IDR45 million (US$3,159) advantageous for violating an article underneath the 2004 Legislation on the Elimination of Home Violence.
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