November 12th According to reports from South Korea’s KBS News and “Mainichi Shimbun”, a 37-year-old man Jiang Mou, who was suspected of illegally imprisoning and assaulting his ex-girlfriend to serious injuries, was recently arrested by South Korean police.
Jiang was previously arrested by Jeju police on suspicion of imprisonment and rape of women.
According to South Korean KBS News, on the morning of November 3, after his girlfriend A asked to break up, Jiang forcibly took A to his place of residence and imprisoned him and threatened and beat
A with a murder weapon, causing A to be seriously injured. On the morning of November 5, victim A took advantage of Jiang to escape to the home of Jiang’s neighbor, then called the police and went to the hospital for treatment.
The police investigation revealed that Jiang immediately began to avoid police chase with the help of acquaintances after learning that the victim called the police.
The police dispatched a large number of police forces and used helicopters to launch a large-scale search. Finally, Jiang was arrested in Ertuerdong, Jeju City on November 8. Two acquaintances who helped Jiang escape the search were also filed by the police and are currently under investigation.
It is reported that Jiang tried to rape a woman in August 2009, and then beat the victim after the attempt; in July 2017, Jiang also forcibly took the ex-girlfriend who asked to break up to a public cemetery for beating.
At that time, after the police arrested Jiang in an emergency, they also found female nude photos and videos on Jiang’s mobile phone. Jiang was also charged for special injuries and transferred to trial.