The Consulate General said about the possible cause of the murder of the Russians in Oregon

The Consulate General said about the possible cause of the murder of the Russians in Oregon

WASHINGTON, April 25 — RIA Novosti. In the Russian General Consulate in San Francisco confirmed the death of the Russians Anna Repkina in Oregon that could be killed during a domestic quarrel.

“The Consulate General of Russia in San Francisco know (what happened). We have notified the relatives of the deceased, are in constant contact with law enforcement. According to preliminary data, the cause of the crime was a quarrel,” said RIA Novosti the representative of the Consulate General.

The suspect is detained. The Prosecutor’s office assured us in providing updates on the investigation and the trial processproduction of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation

He added that the relatives of the deceased turns out to consular assistance. “Provided consular assistance in the framework of our competence,” — said the Consulate General of the Russian Federation.

Earlier, the associated Press, citing a senior Deputy district attorney Amy Matuska reported that discovered the murdered woman in the us state of Oregon identified as a citizen of Russia 27-year-old Anna Repkina. It is reported that the body found a week earlier in the County of Benton in 177 miles from Portland.

According to the Agency, Repkina arrived in the U.S. from Russia March 1, lived in Corvallis. It is reported that on the page in social network Facebook with the same photo that was published of power, Repkina indicated that she moved to Corvallis from Moscow.

In the suspected murder of local resident William Hargrove, he was detained. Authorities reported that the victim was in a relationship with Hargrove. According to prosecutors, she was part of the “love triangle” with Hargrove and another woman. Reportedly, the other woman already was with the American in a long-term relationship. According to Matuska, the second woman “gave him an ultimatum” and asked to choose between them.