After the violent death of a Ukrainian woman in a refugee camp in Berlin, a judge issued an arrest warrant against the alleged perpetrator. The victim's 50-year-old husband is accused of manslaughter, the police said on request on Sunday.
According to the investigations so far, the couple from Ukraine got into a fight in the accommodation in Alt-Hohenschönhausen on Saturday. The man is said to have fatally injured his 44-year-old wife. According to media reports, he is said to have used a stabbing weapon – but the investigators did not initially confirm this.
A homicide detective is investigating
Alerted police forces arrested the suspect. A homicide detective is investigating. The family had fled to Germany before the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine. According to the LAF, she was registered in Berlin in June of this year and has lived in the accommodation ever since. According to the police, the investigation into the course of events and the background to the crime is ongoing.
The couple's two children - two girls - were placed in the care of the youth welfare office. According to Langenbach, they should be able to stay together. They would also receive psychological care after the terrible event. Psychological help is also available for employees and residents in the refugee accommodation. The events are also very distressing for them.