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Police Name 6 Suspects in Brawl Kills One Person in Suryakencana Bogor | merdeka.com

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Merdeka.com – Bogor City Police, named six suspects in the brawl that killed F (18) in the Suryakencana area, Jalan Roda, Babakanpasar Village, Central Bogor District, Bogor City, Saturday (17/9).

The deputy head of the Bogor City Police, AKBP Ferdy Irawan, explained that F was killed after slashing the left ear of a member of the opposing group. F died from a stab wound to the chest.

“The victim was stabbed in the upper left side of the chest, which resulted in the cutting of the second left front rib until the victim died,” said AKBP Ferdy, Sunday (18/9).

After conducting an investigation, the Bogor City Police Satreskrim then arrested 18 people from the Athopink Reborn and Parung Destroyer groups. The victim himself came from the Anthopink Reborn group.

“From these 18 people, we will regroup them according to their respective roles. So, based on the results of the investigation and the case title, we are still 6 suspects,” explained Ferdy.

He revealed that the main suspect with the initials FG (19) slashed the victim. Then RH (18) with the role of inviting or sending invitations to brawl. Then MDV (14) and IS (13) also took part in the brawl. Two other people, namely MM (16) and IF (18) kept weapons for the brawl.

“The other 12 people are still witnesses. They are at the crime scene but only monitoring from a certain distance,” explained Ferdy.

Ferdy revealed that the two groups made an appointment on Saturday (17/9) at around 03.00 WIB via Instagram social media.

“They made an appointment via IG to meet at a predetermined location and time. The mode is that each group has had a grudge for a long time,” said Ferdy.

The suspects were charged with Article 76 letter C in conjunction with Article 70 of Law Number 35 of 2014 concerning Amendments to Law Number 23 of 2002 concerning Child Protection with a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison or a maximum fine of IDR 3 billion.

“And for the suspect who brought and hid the weapon, we suspect Article 2 of the Emergency Law No. 12 of 1951, which carries a maximum prison sentence of 10 years,” he said.

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