A woman killed by the Coast Guard was found in a vomited position… “Initiate Reconstruction of Incident”

On the 15th, the previous day, a woman who was murdered by her boyfriend, an incumbent maritime police officer, was found vomiting in the bathroom at the time and looked like she had been in an accident. The police are reconstructing the exact circumstances of the incident.

According to Yonhap News Agency on the 16th, the body of the victim was found by a store official at 6:00 am the previous day in the bathroom of a shopping mall in Hadang-dong, Mokpo-si, Jeollanam-do, in a prone position with her head submerged in her toilet bowl. Aside from a bloody nose, there was no visible trauma to her body. At the time, the victim had already been murdered by her boyfriend, but the 119 paramedics who arrived at the scene said they attempted CPR, considering the possibility that the woman메이저놀이터 had an accident while vomiting. Mr. Choi (30), an incumbent police officer belonging to the Mokpo Maritime Police Station and arrested as a suspect in this case, insists that the crime was accidental, saying, “There were frequent quarrels. I was momentarily angry and hit and strangled.”

The police confirmed that the victim had visited a restaurant in the building with her boyfriend, Mr. Choi, on the day of the incident after checking nearby CCTV, etc., and identified Mr. Choi’s whereabouts for the past two days . Mr. Choi followed the victim at 3:20 am that day and went out of the restaurant and entered the bathroom. About 30 minutes later, Choi, who returned to the restaurant alone, paid for her food and headed back to the bathroom. However, Mr. Choi, who stayed inside the bathroom until around 5:30 am, escaped through the window, not the door. The police tracked Choi’s movement and caught Choi hiding in a motel room not far from the crime scene at 4:30 pm on the day of the incident.

The police plan to apply for an arrest warrant for Choi, who was arrested on suspicion of murder, after reconstructing the overall case, including whether or not he tried to cover up the crime. A police official said, “Please understand that we cannot disclose details as this is an ongoing investigation.” Meanwhile, the Mokpo Coast Guard plans to release Mr. Choi from his position and determine the level of disciplinary action after observing the results of the investigation.

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