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Information about Criminal Cases on Crimes Committed against Minors Investigated in 2019 in Proceeding of RA Investigative Committee

15.02.2020 09:45

In 2019 360 criminal cases on crimes committed against minors have been investigated in the proceeding of the RA Investigative Committee (hereafter referred to as the Committee) according to relevant articles of the RA Criminal Code.

5 of the above-mentioned 360 criminal cases referred to murder envisaged by the Article 104 of RA Criminal Code, 3 – to causing death by negligence envisaged by the Article 109, 5 – to causing to commit suicide envisaged by the Article 110, 10 – to infliction of willful heavy bodily damage to health envisaged by the Article 112,  2 – to infliction of willful medium-gravity damage to health envisaged by the Article 113, 7 - to infliction of willful light damage to health envisaged by the Article 117, 54 – to battery envisaged by the Article 118, 5 – to willfully causing strong physical pain or mental sufferance envisaged by the Article 119, 1 – to inflicting grave damage by negligence envisaged by the Article 120, 7 – to kidnapping envisaged by the Article 131, 2 – to illegal deprivation of freedom envisaged by the Article 133, 5 – to threat to murder, to inflict heavy damage to health or to destroy property envisaged by the Article 137, 6 – to rape envisaged by the Article 138, 15 – to violent sexual actions envisaged by the Article 139, 1 – to forcing to sexual intercourse or other sexual actions envisaged by the Article 140, 44 – to sexual intercourse or other sexual acts with a person under 16 envisaged by the Article 141, 25 – to lecherous acts envisaged by the Article 142, 1 – to involving a minor into committal of crime envisaged by the Article 165, 1 – to involving a child into regular use of alcoholic drinks, strong or other narcotic drugs not for medical purposes, vagrancy or beggary envisaged by the Article 166, 5 – to illegal separation of the child from the parents or substitution of the child envisaged by the Article 167, 13 – to preventing a parent or other close relative from having a child visit envisaged by the Article 167.1, 2 -  to reporting false information to Civil Status Act Registration Bodies envisaged by the Article 169.1, 3 – to failure to fulfill the duty of rearing the child envisaged by the Article 170, 14 – to willful evasion from supporting one’s child by the parent envisaged by the Article 173, 3 – destruction or damage inflicted to property by negligence envisaged by the Article 186 of RA Criminal Code and 121 – to other crimes.

88 of the mentioned 360 criminal cases have been completed and on 87 persons have been sent to court with the bill of indictment, 3 – have been sent to court on using medical coercive measures, proceeding of 133 criminal cases has been terminated 85 of which on acquittal, 47 – on non-acquittal base,  proceeding of 42 criminal cases has been suspended 5 of which based on the circumstance that the person is under persecution, 37 – due to the circumstance that the person having committed the crime is unknown. 6 criminal cases have been sent according to subordination, 17 criminal cases have been combined, 71 ones have passed to 2020.

Within the above-mentioned criminal cases 187 persons have been involved as a defendant 7 of which have been between 14 and 16, 2 – between 16 and 18, 110 – between 18 and 35, 68 – over 35 years old.  26 of them have had higher, 143 – secondary, 8 – vocational, 10 – primary education. 12 defendants have previously been convicted.

By status 57 of 187 defendants have been the members of the minor affected, 2 – teacher or employee of educational or medical institution.

Within the mentioned criminal cases 336 persons have been found as affected 169 of which up to 12, 61 – between 12 and 14, 63 – between 14 and 16, 43 – between 16 and 18 years old.


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