Another one was wounded in the neck.
A deputy commander of the Russian Armed Forces shot dead his commander in a part of Ukraine's Kherson region occupied by Russian troops, ASTRA reports citing an unnamed source.
In the morning of December 3, 37-year-old sergeant Mikhail Khokhlov shot dead his commander, 37-year-old lieutenant Ivan Krivosheev, with an AK-74 assault rifle in the occupied village of Knyaze-Gryhorivka in Ukraine's Kherson region. ASTRA was told about this by a source. Khokhlov wounded another fellow soldier - this private is hospitalised with a penetrating neck wound.
All three soldiers serve in the 1st Battalion of the 1218th Motorised Rifle Regiment. Khokhlov has been detained and handed over to the military of the regiment. The exact reasons for the killing are not known at the moment.