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MOSCOW, January 8 (Itar-Tass) — The Moscow police in the district Yuzhnoye Butovo detained a 35-year-old Uzbek national, who is suspected of beating a 12-year-old schoolboy.
On January 6, a telephone message came from the hospital to the police that the teenager was hospitalized with the lower jaw fracture and brain concussion.
“The detectives found that the boy was playing snowballs with his friends and hit the janitor occasionally with the snowball at the courtyard of a Moscow school on Monday evening. The man got angry and started chasing down the children. During the pursuit he broke the spade and hurled the spade stick at the schoolchildren, hitting one of them on the face,” the Moscow police department reported.
“The detectives found that the janitor was escaping justice in the flat of his acquaintance, however the police have detected his whereabouts quickly and detained him,” the police department said.
The criminal case was opened against the suspected hooligan under Article 112 Part 1 of the Russian Criminal Code for the deliberate moderate damage to health.