Prosecutors want the arrest warrant issued for the author of the double murder at the Perla center to be extended.
The High Court of Justice’s (ICCJ) Prosecutor’s Office has asked the Bucharest Court yesterday to extend by 30 days the preventive arrest warrant issued for police agent Gheorghe Vladan. Vladan shot and killed his wife and one of her coworkers and injured six other persons. According to the prosecutors, on February 27 Gheorghe Vladan went to the District 4 Court and asked for a copy of the divorce papers, then took the decision to kill his wife. At the same time, he noticed in the documents that his wife stated that she will use the depositions of her coworkers. That determined him to shoot them too. Before the shooting Gheorghe Vladan consumed alcohol, having a blood alcohol level of 0.25 grams per one thousand. He was placed under 29-day arrest on March 6, 2012, being charged with manslaughter and attempted murder. A week ago the prosecutor’s office informed that according to the National Forensics Institute Gheorghe Vladan “has power of discernment in relation to the actions he is investigated for.” The Supreme Court’s Prosecutor’s Office established that Gheorghe Vladan was hired by the Ministry of Internal Affairs on March 15, 2006. The permit for his Glock handgun was issued on December 16, 2010. Vladan used the Glock to kill his wife and one of her coworkers.