Romanian police chief fired over slow response in kidnap-murder of teenage girl

Romanian police chief fired over slow response in kidnap-murder of teenage girl

Romania’s police chief, Ioan Buda, was fired over slow response to the kidnapping-murder of a 15-year-old girl, who made three emergency calls to report her own kidnapping. Three buildings were searched before they found the house where she had been held, 12 hours after her calls. Police then sought a search warrant, which is not required in emergencies, and waited till dawn to enter the house.

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CoLpOeSnED 1 year

'A 65 year old suspect was taken into custody after investigators searching his home and garden found human remains and jewelry belonging to the girl. He insisted he was innocent and had never met the teen but failed to explain why she had used his phone, his lawyer said.'

ShivatheObserver
ShivatheObserver 1 year

Shame

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 1 year

Yeesh, imagine knowing where the victim of a kidnapping was being held as a police officer and choosing to wait until the next day to do anything about it. What on earth were they thinking?

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

dont understand. she didnt know the location so they had to use gps n search all the houses in the area. dont u need a search warrant in this case?

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