On Tuesday evening, police in Los Angeles had to use weapons against Konstantin Morozov. Law enforcement officers believe that the man killed ex-wife Natalia and disappeared from their heir Daniel.
Foreign media report that police in Los Angeles shot a man suspected of abducting nine-year-old son and killing his ex-wife. The evening of 22 August, 48-year-old Konstantin Morozov has noticed in the quiet suburb of Encino when he came out with little Daniel from the house of his friend. During operation on detention of the criminal the law enforcement officers had to use weapons.
Police officer Mike Lopez said that the baby was doing fine and he is in good hands. The boy’s father was taken to hospital where he died from his injuries. None of the law enforcement officers has not suffered.
A day earlier, Konstantin Morozov, was suspected of murder. It happened after police found the body of ex-spouses men Natalia at his home in Santa Maria. Officers determined that the woman died a violent death. Later on Monday evening, August 21, announced the so-called “amber alert” – a notification system for missing children, which was adopted in the United States. Information about the child was spread across all channels, including the media and information boards on the highways.
Police and the FBI have joined efforts to find the missing boy. Before stop Konstantin Morozov, they were watching him. Was introduced plan “interception”.
Later in the American press there is evidence that Natalia and Konstantin Morozov divorced, but could not settle their differences. The ex-wife decided in the court of financial matters and the order of communication with his son Daniel. The meeting they had scheduled for Thursday, August 24. Russian Consulate in San Francisco confirmed that the boy and his family members are citizens of the Russian Federation.
As it became known to correspondents, the chosen men filed for divorce in December 2015. Morozov decided to leave her husband after thirteen years together. Natalia accused Constantine of ill-treatment and he claimed that the woman committed fraud in the homeland and in America. However, the process was delayed because someone at some time went to Russia.
Natalia and Konstantin met in 2000 in Los Angeles. Then the Russian moonlighted as a nanny. Immigrants decided to legalize their relationship in 2002, after which frost, as written in the documents, was granted political asylum. After the wedding, the darling of the men worked as an assistant teacher at a local school, and Constantine managed to get a nurse, reports the Tribune.