At his trial in Moscow, during April 1926, Trapishkin was accused of murdering 100 persons in the past six years, with several robberies appended to the charge.
Convicted on all counts, he was sentenced to death by the Moscow Supreme Court on April 6. A peasant named Dibenko received a sentence of five years at hard labor for harboring Trapishkin during the manhunt that culminated in his arrest.
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SEX: M RACE: W TYPE: N MOTIVE: CE
VICTIMS: 100 alleged
MO: Apparent outlaw; several robbery charges also included.
DISPOSITION: Executed, 1926.