- Sensational Double Murder case of Bhagavathy and Siva.
- Murder of T.P Chandrasekharan, leader of Revolutionary Marxist Party.
- Sensational Greeshma's Murder Case.
- Indu's Murder Case, a student in the National Institute of Technology, Calicut on 2011.
- Murder of Mahadevan & Sali at Changanssery on 1995.
- Rosily's murder case on 2003.
- Murder case of Rasmi, a house wife on 2006.
Bhagavathy aged 17 and Siva aged 13 were badly burnt on 23.01.2013 by 3AM while they were sleeping in their home and they were admitted at hospital thereafter died due to severe burns.
T.P Chandrasekharan was the leader of RMP and was assaulted by CPM activists on 04.05.2012. While he was travelling in a motor cycle, the accused had hit him with a Innova car and brutally murdered him by using lethal weapons.
Greeshma @ Ponnu age 12 D/o.Rajan was dead due to poisoning while she was undergoing treatment at Adimally hospital on 19.09.2006 at 09.00am. In this regard, a case was registered at Vellathuval Police Station as unnatural death.Read More
Indu D/o Krishnan Nair, Kumarapuram, Trivandrum, was a student in the National Institute of Technology, Calicut. She was reported to be missed on 24-4-2011 while she was travelling from Trivandrum to Calicut by train in B1 coach and later her dead body was found at Aluva River.
Mahadevan aged 13 was missed from his house during 1995. In this regard a case was registered by Changanssery Police as man missing. The Local Police investigated this case but no fruitful result was obtained.
Rosily was found dead by strangulation of her neck with a piece of rope while she was grazing a cow on 04.01.2003. The local police had concluded that it was an accidental death by tightening of the rope of the cow. The two persons were the accused in the murder. The accused had attempted to rape Rosily, but she resisted fiercely and that led to the murder.
Rasmi, a house wife was found dead in her husband's house on 04/06/2006. A case was registered at Kottarakkara Police Station in this regard and investigation was started. Since no progress was seen found, the case was transferred to Crime Branch.