A rave party which took place from Saturday evening to Sunday noon in an industrial wasteland in Saint-Marcellin (Isère), bringing together 200 dancers, gave rise to a hundred verbalizations, said the gendarmes on Monday, November 30.
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They took over the place around 7 p.m., without the agreement of the owner of this wasteland recently acquired and which is intended for works,
" said the commander of the Saint-Marcellin brigade, Silvère Giop, confirming information from the Dauphiné released.
The gendarmes tried to intervene but "
suffered a few throwing stones
" and preferred to avoid "
an escalation of violence on an
" and at night, despite the inconvenience caused to residents.
The legal framework allowing to confiscate the material from 500 people was not applicable
", specified the same source.
Forty gendarmes were mobilized at the height of the evening, which ended Sunday noon after negotiations and the accidental fire of the sound truck.
Throughout the rave party, "
more than a hundred reports were drawn up for various offenses: non-compliance with confinement, lack of certification, non-wearing of a mask
And a dozen offenses were punished (traffic offenses, possession of narcotics).
It was dispersed calmly, the site was returned to good condition, but the owner filed a complaint for trespassing and illegal occupation
," said Captain Giop.
An investigation is also open for endangering the lives of others to find the organizers of the evening
The firefighters were called in twice: for a fractured wrist and for burns caused by the fire of the sound system.
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