A 20-year-old man was sentenced this Tuesday to 18 months in prison, including twelve closed, by the judicial court of Saint-Brieuc (Côtes-d'Armor).

The individual was the subject of an appearance on preliminary admission of guilt (CRPC) for "destruction by dangerous means" and "insults and violence towards agents".

The facts with which he was accused took place on the evening of July 16, reports



That day, the drunk young man had set fire to the living room of the accommodation he shared in Lannion (Côtes-d'Armor) with his girlfriend.

He explained that he had quarreled with the latter and acted out of revenge.

When help arrived, he made their operation difficult by attacking the firefighters and police officers dispatched to the scene.

The girlfriend already threatened with death in the past

He verbally assaulted the responders and ended up being stopped by the police.

The respondent did not appear free.

He had been imprisoned after the fact under a previous conviction for death threats against his girlfriend.

He returned to detention after the CRPC.


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