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Jeong Yoo-jeong, who ‘murdered her peers’, had two more murder targets.

It was revealed that Jeong Yoo-jeong, who is accused of murdering a woman in her 20s whom he met through a tutoring app, mutilating and abandoning her body, looked for a murder target twice before committing the crime.

On the 12th, the Busan Geumjeong Police Station announced that it had confirmed two additional preliminary charges of murder against Jeong Yoo-jeong and transferred them to the prosecution.

Police have been conducting additional investigations into Jeong Yoo-jeong’s suspicious behavior before she murdered her victim, Mr. A, on May 26.

Based on the forensic results of Jeong Yoo-jeong’s cell phone and PC, it was concluded that the two acts amounted to preliminary charges of murder.

These two cases were not conducted through a tutoring app, but through a chat function supported by an online used goods trading app.

However, it is known that the conversation was about a request for a casual meeting rather than a used goods transaction.

According to the police, Jeong Yoo-jeong tried to kill A, a woman in her 20s whom she met through this app, by luring her to a promenade in Buk-gu, Busan, but as passers-by먹튀검증 passed by and other circumstances arose, she was unable to achieve her goal.

She also tried to call B, a teenage male, through the same app, but fortunately B did not come to the location.

It is known that Jeong Yoo-jeong denies all related charges, including whether she possessed a weapon at the time of her two crimes.

A police official said, “As a result of additional investigation into several suspicious activities, there is no additional investigation related to Jeong Yoo-jeong.”

Jeong Yoo-jeong was indicted on June 21st, and she recently completed two trial preparation procedures.

In this process, he acknowledged the indictment of murdering Mr. A, but claimed that it was not a planned crime.

Jeong Yoo-jeong’s first trial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on the 18th.

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