A 35-year-old man should be tried next Monday at the court of Compiègne, suspected of being the driver who ran over a young man of 15, on Monday, November 22, in Compiègne, before fleeing.
Police officers from the police station arrested him on Thursday, while he was at work, in Plessis-Belleville.
In his car, a canister of heroin was discovered by investigators.
It was the investigations carried out by the latter, aided by testimonies collected on the spot and images from CCTV cameras, which made it possible to identify the vehicle, a Porsche Macan.
The victim seriously injured in the head
The accident took place around 1 p.m., rue Marcellin-Berthelot, in the ZAC de Mercières, in Compiègne.
The teenager was crossing the two-lane crossing on a zebra crossing when the luxury car hit him head-on.
The driver therefore did not stop and continued on his way by taking the D200 towards Creil.
“The victim was transported to the hospital with a bloody wound to the head.
Her days are not in danger, precise, reassuring, Marie-Céline Lawrysz, the prosecutor of Compiègne.
He left the hospital with an ITT (
Editor's note: total incapacity for work
) of 7 days.
The respondent was referred to the court of Compiègne on Friday and placed in pre-trial detention pending trial.
He is unfavorably known to the police, especially for his use of hard drugs.
During the hearing, the judges will seek in particular to determine whether he was indeed the driver of the vehicle and, if so, whether he was under the influence of heroin or another drug at the time when the accident has happened.