Thirteen people were arrested overnight from Monday to Tuesday in Sevran, Aulnay-sous-Bois and Tremblay-en-France (Seine-Saint-Denis) for fires, damage and violence.
This rumble took place after the death of a resident, killed by police fire on Saturday.
Quieter than the two previous nights, the evening was marked by several fires in the three municipalities. In total, 11 garbage containers and 4 vehicles were set on fire, and makeshift barricades erected, AFP learned from a police source.
During the night, 13 people, some of whom were in possession of jerry cans or molotov cocktails, were arrested for "willful damage by fire", "participation in a group for violence and damage" and "willful violence against a person holding the 'public authority', civil servants having been targeted, from 7:30 p.m., by projectile fire.
Death of a father of four children
The events follow the death on Saturday of Jean-Paul known as "JP", a resident of the Beaudottes district in Sevran and father of four children.
Around 12:30 p.m., a crew from the Aulnay-sous-Bois anti-crime brigade (BAC) had been asked to track a van reported stolen and tried to check the driver, stopped at a red light on a street in this city. .
"A police officer went up to the driver's window and, in circumstances which remain to be precisely determined, used his weapon - a single shot - as the van suddenly started again", traced Éric Mathais, the public prosecutor of Bobigny, in a press release published on Sunday.
Seriously injured in the left shoulder blade, according to a police source, he died at the end of the afternoon in hospital as a result of his injuries.
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