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February 3, 2023

Ilfov Police heads, under investigation after Japanese student killing inquiry

The Chief of the Ilfov Police and his two deputies will be investigated by the Superior Disciplinary Council of the Romanian Police following a notification by the administration and interior minister at the conclusion of the previous inquiry into the murder of Japanese student Yurika Masuno.“The Minister of Administration and Interior (MAI), Mircea Dusa, took note of the conclusion of the preceding investigation of the leadership members of the  Ilfov County Police Inspectorate (IJPJ Ilfov)  – the chief inspector and his two deputies – and ordered the notification by the Superior Disciplinary Council of the Romanian Police as well,” according to yesterday’s MAI press release.The investigation was ordered after Japanese female Yurika Masuno was murdered by Vlad Nicolae in a forest near Corbeanca on August 15.At Minister Mircea Dusa’s order, a commission made up of officers with the Internal Affairs Body made verifications at Sept 3- 21at IPJ Ilfov and the Bucharest Transport Police Regional Section.The Chief of the Ilfov Police, Emanuel Marin Nica, his deputies, Ionel Lefter and Nicolae Baicu, and six more officers from the IPJ leadership, as well as members of the Bucharest Transport Police Regional Section were investigated by the Internal Affairs Body investigation.Fourteen more officers were reprimanded, and the Prosecutor’s Office of the Bucharest Court of Appeal was notified over two police officers and an agent, the MAI showed at the time. The verification assessed the street crime prevention management, mainly the violent crimes, especially given the high number of IPJ Ilfov unresolved  violent crime cases by unidentified authors , the MAI pointed out.Also, the verifications led to the beforehand inquiry of eight officers, among whom the head of the structure, Dan Rosoga, and six officers who only got reprimands.The situation in Ilfov drew the attention of the MAI leadership shortly after the death of Japanese Yurika Masuno, when it was ascertained Vlad Nicolae had committed two previous murders and thieveries, adding to which were the  sexual molestation of some elderly women, yet, he was allowed to go free due to the negligence showed by Ilfov police and prosecutors.

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