According to testimony, two motorcycles and a car delivered an illegal car race on Kesselberg on Friday evening.
Kochel am See - Last Friday evening at 7:20 p.m., the Bad Tölz police inspection received a message that two motorcycles and one car were driving up and down the Kesselberg several times at excessive speed. In addition, according to the callers, they drove very close to each other and, according to witnesses, delivered a race on the winding mountain route.
A 19-year-old's Nissan is confiscated
When the police were on site, the officers only found the driver. It was a 19-year-old Penzberger. He reportedly knew nothing of the two motorcyclists, according to the police report.
After the 19-year-old had been noticed for such violations in recent times, the police in Tölz confiscated his Nissan. The young man's driving license was also secured.
Referrals for other road users
As part of the police check, 18 other car and motorcycle drivers who were parked in one of the bends were checked on Kesselberg on Friday evening. To prevent speeding, illegal races and accidents, all persons present were given a reprimand as a precaution, the officials report.
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