DUSHANBE, August 1 -- The Supreme Court sentenced former police officer Narimon Abdurahmonov to life imprisonment last week. 

Judge Nour Nourov, who took in the trial, said that the sentence had followed his conviction on charges of murder, preparation for murder, illegal possession of weapons and hooliganism using weapons.  

The trial the former Narimon Abdurahmonov began in the Supreme Court on July 4. 

We will recall that tragedy took place at the Mayakovsky Street in Dushanbe on March 22, 2006.  Residents of one of the residential buildings were celebrating the Navrouz holiday.  Following quarrel, former police officer Narimon Abdurahmonov fired at three persons.  One of them died on the spot, while two others sustained serious wounds and were taken to the hospital (later, one of them died of his wounds in the hospital).    

After that, Abdurahmonov made for his acquaintance Isroil Sodiqov, who allegedly owed him a certain amount of money and also shot him to death.  Several hours later, Abdurahmonov gave himself up.