In Pas-de-Calais, an individual was checked by the police and then placed in police custody, from Monday to Tuesday, after 13 breaches of confinement.

On the night of Monday to Tuesday, in Clairmarais, in the Pas-de-Calais, an individual was placed in police custody for reiterating non-compliance with confinement, according to information collected by Europe 1. He has already been accused of 13 fines for this reason and it is his second police custody since the beginning of confinement, which came into force on Tuesday March 17 to fight against the epidemic of coronavirus.

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Several months in prison?

According to the daily La Voix du Nord , the police in the neighboring town of Saint-Omer carried out this roadside check on Monday evening. In the event of four breaches of the confinement measures in 30 days, an offender faces a sentence of 6 months in prison and a fine of 3,750 euros. According to regional media, the man was interviewed Wednesday morning.