Immediately after release, a man who was arrested for profaning firefighters while intoxicated and causing riots was confirmed to be the person who assaulted the late firefighter Kang Yeon-hee.
Today (18), according to the Jeonbuk Gunsan Police Station and the fire department, 50-year-old A, who was recently arrested on charges of insults and obscene performances, assaulted the river firefighter on April 2, 2018, and sentenced him to 1 year and 10 months in prison for violent profanity. It turns out that there is power received.
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At that time, firefighter Kang was assaulted by hitting the head with a fist five or six times while transporting Mr. A, who fell drunk and fell in the middle of the road in front of Iksan Station, to the hospital in an ambulance.
Fireman Kang, who showed symptoms of cerebral hemorrhage such as vomiting and convulsions, died after 29 days due to worsening while receiving treatment at the hospital, and was buried at the Daejeon Hyeonchungwon after a year after being recognized as a dangerous job.
After that, Mr. A was charged with violating the Basic Firefighting Act, obstructing work, and insulting, and was sentenced to 1 year and 10 months in prison at the first trial.
Mr. A appealed against the ruling, but the same sentence was imposed in later trials.
Mr. A, who was like this, was found lying down on the sidewalk on the day of release, on July 28th, as intoxicated as in the past. When the paramedics who were dispatched after receiving a report from a passerby approached A to check the condition of Mr. A, Mr. A rebelled by cursing, "What are you and what are you touching my body?" They took off all the clothes they were wearing and started a riot.
Mr. A, who was arrested as a current offender, was recently handed over to the prosecution in the opinion of an arrest prosecution. A police official said, "The suspect has committed similar crimes in the past, and the crime is not good, such as giving severe abusive language to the paramedics," and said, "We will take a strict response to acts that interfere with rescue and emergency services in the future."
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