Police say Valeri Mysin is responsible for the murder of an Auburn woman several years ago. Now, he's also a suspect in the disappearance of a West Sacramento man.
Mysin was arraigned on Friday in Yolo County, charged with kidnapping and assault. The charges stem from a West Sacramento brawl earlier this this week. One of the particpants in the fight, Stefan Stetsura, is still missing. Police suspect Mysin of abducting Stetsura, who is still missing.
Mysin's father insists that police arrested the wrong man in the case. "He tried to stop this fight and then the situation was out of control and all the boys jumped into the cars and drove to the river," said Vladimir Mysin. "But Valeri still stayed in the park."
A second suspect in the abduction, identified as 21-year-old Valdimir Samoylovich, is still at large. Police say he may have fled to Washington State. He's believed to be driving his father's car, a 1994 Honda Accord four door, tan or gold in color.
Mysin is also awaiting trial in a 1999 murder case. A 64-year-old woman was killed when struck by a car driven by Mysin, who was allegedly drag racing with another man on Auburn Boulevard in Sacramento.