A young man, arrested Tuesday during a control for non-compliance with confinement in Beauvais, on the sidelines of a policewoman was injured in the head by another person, was sentenced to 10 months suspended prison sentence, he said. we learned Saturday from concordant sources.
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105 hours of community service
Tried on Friday in immediate appearance, this 22-year-old construction worker was found guilty of willful violence - resulting in total incapacity for work of less than eight days - on persons in charge of public authority, contempt, death threats and rebellion, told AFP the Beauvais prosecution and the young man's lawyer, Me Benoît Varin. He is not convicted for the brick throw that injured a 23-year-old security assistant.
The sentence was "accompanied by a probationary suspension with the obligation to perform 105 hours of community service within 18 months," said the prosecutor of the Republic of Beauvais, Florent Boura.
The investigation continues
Late Tuesday afternoon, a police patrol had checked for breach of confinement a group of people on the public highway in a suburban neighborhood, which is not considered sensitive by the authorities. According to the account of the defendant, never convicted before, he was with three friends near his home on a lawn near a soccer field, to celebrate a birthday, when they were controlled. In the absence of an identity card and exit certificate, he was arrested and rebelled.
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According to Mr. Varin, the young people in the neighborhood would have "reacted", his brother, informed, would then have left his home and things would have degenerated. He was also arrested in a "muscular" manner, and, in circumstances to be determined, a 23-year-old security assistant was seriously injured when receiving a brick in the forehead. The youngest brother, 17, was released from police custody on Thursday and will be summoned before a children's judge.
The investigation is continuing to try to find the person or persons who allegedly threw the brick.