Suspect in the Remiáš murder is being held “at Hungary’s request”
JOZEF Roháč, who has been on the run from Slovak and Hungarian police for nearly a decade, was arrested in Prague on October 26 on charges of driving under the influence.
Roháč is suspected of involvement in the murder of Róbert Remiáš in Bratislava in 1996. There is an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Hungary for involvement in at least 10 crimes, including a bombing in Budapest that killed four people in 1998. If found guilty, he faces life in prison. Continue Reading »
Bratislava — Interior Minister Robert Kalinak said on Friday at the parliamentary defence and security committee that he is convinced that there is too great a significance being attached to the issue of the illegal sale of an automatic rifle by the Police Forces First Vice-president Michal Kopcik. Continue Reading »
BRATISLAVA — Serbian and Slovakian interior ministers, Dragan Jočić and Robert Kalinak, met in Bratislava Friday.
They signed an agreement on cooperation in fighting organized crime, and pointed to the danger posed by ethnic Albanian mafia from Kosovo, Tanjug news agency reported from Slovakia. Continue Reading »
Matej Zachar, 27, died after falling from the window of a sixth-storey flat in Brezno in Central Slovakia on January 2. Police are investigating whether his death was a suicide, an accident or a murder. Continue Reading »