Leonid Yamburg walked to the entrance doorways of the Sunnyvale Division of Public Basic safety Wednesday afternoon. Unable to enter the foyer because of to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bay Space Information Team initially noted, he spoke to a information clerk on a mobile phone outside the house the foyer.
A 51-yr-outdated Bay Region computer software engineer was arrested for the alleged murders of his spouse and eleven-calendar year-outdated daughter.
In accordance to police, he told the govt staff that he killed his wife, Svetlana Nikitina. The 51-year-aged software engineer was instantly detained.
Hours later on, officers entered their property in Sunnyvale, close to Homestead Higher, and discovered his wife’s physique in the garage. They then identified his 11-12 months-old daughter’s physique in a toilet. No weapons have been observed on the scene, Sunnyvale Law enforcement Capt. Craig Anderson instructed SFGATE. His motive stays unclear.
Yamburg was then arrested on suspicion of the murder of his spouse, who labored at the Cupertino Union College District as a useful resource trainer to pupils with disabilities for just more than four many years, and daughter. Their exact result in of loss of life is unfamiliar, and is presently getting investigated by the Santa Clara County health-related examiner-coroner.
“This is a horrific tragedy and our hearts are damaged for the victims, the victim’s people and the victim’s good friends,” Sunnyvale law enforcement reported in a statement.
Cupertino Union College District affiliate superintendent Leslie Mains informed SFGATE: “We are so saddened by the tragedy and are operating to support our college students, employees, and local community all through this really tough time of huge reduction.” Mains extra that Nikitina was a “beloved” personnel.
Zultys, the computer software company Yamburg worked at, did not reply to a request for remark from SFGATE.