At about 11:17 a.m. on January 8, 2019, a vicious injury to students by a suspect named Jia Momou (male, 49 years old) occurred in Youan School District, the First Affiliated Primary School of Xuanwu Normal University, Xicheng District, Beijing. The Xicheng Branch of Beijing Public Security Bureau detained Jia Mou-mou in criminal detention on suspicion of intentional homicide.
On January 21, the Peoples Procuratorate of Xicheng District of Beijing made a decision to approve Jias arrest on suspicion of intentional homicide after being examined according to law.
The procuratorial organs in Beijing will handle cases according to law, severely crack down on crimes against minors and safeguard their legitimate rights and interests.
Twenty children were injured in a child injury incident at a primary school in Xicheng, Beijing
At about 11:17 a.m. on January 8, a man injured his child in a primary school attached to Xuanshi. Preliminary understanding, a total of 20 children were injured, have been sent to the hospital for treatment.
Beijing Primary School Maintenance Workers Hammer Students: Not renewed
After a preliminary investigation by the public security department, the suspect, Jia Momou, a 49-year-old man from Heilongjiang Province, is a labor dispatcher hired by the school and engaged in daily maintenance work. Jiamou labor dispatch contract will expire in January this year, the labor company has not renewed the original contract with it. In order to vent his discontent, Jia Mou injured many students during the break with a hammer for daily work.
Beijing Communiquy Primary School Student Injuries District Chief Bow on the Spot to Apologize
District Governor Wang Shaofeng bowed at the scene to apologize. Wang Shaofeng said that at present, two hospitals are giving full treatment. Parents have participated in the care. The injured students are not in danger of life. Seven students have been arranged for surgery. The effect of the operation is relatively successful. Another child is undergoing surgery. Other injured students are under observation.