The alleged perpetrator of the fatal shot that killed a 24-year-old man in Évry (Essonne) on Thursday evening was indicted on Saturday for "
murder and attempted murder
", according to information from the public prosecutor's office. Evry.
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According to the first elements of the investigation, the hypothesis of a "
brawl between rival gangs
" seems to be ruled out in favor of that of a "
settling of scores against the backdrop of interpersonal rivalries,
" said the prosecution.
Suspected of having killed a man by bullets, the alleged shooter, aged 20, was arrested in the building where the facts occurred Thursday around 10 p.m.
Earlier in the evening, in the nearby town of Ris-Orangis, he had already injured a 21-year-old in the elbow.
The friends of this wounded, then went "
to the home of the one they considered to be the author of the shooting, to have explanations
", according to the prosecution.
Among them, the future victim.
The driver of the alleged perpetrator's vehicle was indicted for "
They were both remanded in custody.
The other four people taken into custody on Thursday were released.