Drago Miličić
Ethnicity Serbian
Occupation Soldier
Born ca. 1969
Attack information
Date February 2, 1992
3 a.m.
Location(s) Bijeljina & Modran, Yugoslavia
Killed 6
Weapon(s) Assault rifle

Drago Miličić was a Yugoslav army reservist who killed six people in Bijeljina and Modran, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia on February 2, 1992.[1][2][3]

On the night from February 1 to February 2 the 23-year-old ethnic Serbian, who had been mobilized by the Yugoslav army four and a half months prior, got drunk at the café "Dallas" in Modran, where he broke several ashtrays with his knife.

At about 3 a.m. Miličić returned to the barracks in Bijeljina, armed himself with an assault rifle, and killed reserve lieutenant Dragoslav Radovanović, as well as two other soldiers, all of whom were asleep. He then threw several hand grenades at the sentries, hijacked a military vehicle, and made his way back to Modran, where he killed his girlfriend's father, mother, and brother.

Miličić afterwards barricaded himself in the house of his victims, but surrendered to police a few hours later.[4][5][6]


Among those killed was:

  • Dragoslav Radovanović, reserve lieutenant


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