"On Friday he was summoned to prosecute two months after his arrest on August 4," said Gabriel Gendvilaitė, a spokesperson for the public prosecutor.
In the past two days, Mantas Liesis, a judge of the Regional Court of Šiauliai, had to make a difficult decision to arrest or release the British Nigel West, suspected of having killed Sandra Grafina in his second half.
The situation is essentially unchanged. Criminals do not find the body of a missing woman and are guilty of unpublished data, who forcibly demand prosecutors for the arrest of the British for two months, and the judge convinces N.West not to let go.
At the first hearing on the level of pre-trial detention everything went pretty quickly – the judge accepted the compromise option – the grasping of seven sentences.
After this pre-trial period the meeting lasted a few hours, but ended just as much – the judge allowed Arrestation of N.West for the same number of days.
Public Prosecutor J.Tamašauskienė asked Mr.Westa to be arrested for two months, on the grounds that the suspect could evade liability.
After the first meeting, lawyer-assistant lawyer Eriks Pavlovicius pleaded modestly, arguing N.Westas, saying that he saw no reason to consider his arrest arrested guilty. After the second meeting she has stated that she will appeal to both judicial decisions on the imposition of a preventive measure.
The judge after the second meeting spoke in the same way as after the first "The court is consistent." Some data are found, but it still takes a while.It is possible to appeal against this order regarding the extension of a preventive measure ", – said the judge.
15 minutes wrote that the former Olialia student Sandra Grafinain (28) disappeared when water, her daughter of 7 months old, was housed at the end of June in the house of the Šiauliai Infectious Disease Development Infants & # 39 ;.
The wife's family initially refused to care for the baby. But eventually he changed his mind – he turned to the Children's Rights Office and a few months later a baby had to be taken to his home.
N. West was arrested on August 4. Previously, on 17 July, the former Olialia pupyts, a sister of S.Grafinina, who lived in Britain, joined the Siauliai County Police and reported that since July 1 of this year, when S.Grafinina had to go to Lithuania. return, she could not contact her. S.Grafinina & # 39; s search is published throughout the Schengen area.
It was determined that S.Grafinina returned to Lithuania on 1 July. This is recorded by checking passengers arriving from Great Britain in Great Britain, writes BNS.