Hit and run case turned into murder Supari killer, with son and wife held :
The whitefield traffic police probing a hit and run case solved a murder mystery of a 58 year old man where his wife and her son paid supari to a cab driver to kill husband and make it look like accident over property row.
The accused has been identified as,Anil Kumar,GS Devraj,and Yashodamma.
Senior officer told media persons,the deceased son identified GS Devraj from Gunjur filed a complaint that his father killed in an road accident by unknown vehicle in a isolated place near Narige road in Gunjur area of Whitefield on January 21 this year.
Based on complaint,Whitefield Traffic police inspector,SR Manjunath and investigation staff rushed to spot and began to probe the case.
During Mahazar,as,(spot inspection)led the police to suspect something fishy in the case.Later the team informed the same to their senior’s about the incident.
DCP,Traffic East,led a team headed by Whitefield Traffic police inspector to probe the hit and run case and during investigation the team found no CCTV cameras at the accident spot,as the accident was situated in isolated place with no CCTV cameras.
The road has many bad patches and humps and considering the impact of the accident,it was evident that it may be accident but planned so the team started investigating the case in different angles during investigation the police team further verified the CCTV cameras available on the stretch while analysing the CCTV cameras the team find a SUV without registration was passing by.
A closer examination led the police to identify the vehicle and with the help of a sticker on the vehicle,the police found the car is of rental company which rented out the SUV.
The police team visited the rental company checked with them to find that a person identified as Anil Kumar had booked the cab for few days and his phone was switched off.
The team then checked the car and GPS system installed in the vehicle also confirmed that the Vehicle had passed by from the accident spot.
The second call from the call record details revealed that the accused had called Subbarayappa on the pretext of buying his agricultural produce .
The police who recovered the call record detail from the nearest tower dump realized that the call was made to Yashodhamma but she feigned ignorance,during the questioning.
After the accident,the accused borrowed the the phone from a passers by to call Yashodhamma to inform.
The police suspected her role and tracked Anil Kumar who after a detailed questioning confessed the crime and said that he was offered Rs 6 lakh Supari by Yashodhamma and Devraj to kill Subbarayappa.
Anil confessed that he had taken advance of Rs 4.4 lakh and also took the help of his associates Nagesh and Dhanush to kill Subbarayappa.
Anil also told the police that he got the idea from an advocate and worked according.
Accused said during investigation that Devraj and Yashodamma asked him to kill the deceased and even asked him to trap his father in the pretext of buying his agriculture produce.
Based on their idea Anil laid a trap to get Subbarayappa to come on the isolated place where he was killed in an accident.
The deceased Subbarayappa,58,a agriculturist was on his way to meet client on his moped when an unknown vehicle colluded with his moped.Due to the impact Subbrayappa thrown up and rammed into a roadside tree killing on the spot.
Anil further said that he got the damaged car repaired at a workshop in mulbagilu and paid Rs. 57,000 to get the front portion of the vehicle repaired.
The police seized the replaced front portion of the SUV from the garage and the SUV.
Based on the cab driver Anil Kumar statement,the team detained the son and mother who paid supari to killer and later went to police to mislead them and filed a complaint of hit and run case.
During investigation the duo confessed the crime and revealed that Subbrayappa had an affair and the family thought he would bequeath property in her name.