Calm seems to have returned to the city of Poland.
On this Tuesday morning, already stifling and inviting to quickly get into the shade, nothing lets imagine what happened at the bottom of these six-storey buildings a few hours earlier, in the night from Monday to Tuesday, when police raided the scene.
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If the atmosphere is cooler that night, the temperature rises quickly at 3 a.m. when a crew from the anti-crime brigade (Bac) invades the city following a refusal to comply.
Barely arrived, the civil servants in civilian clothes face "about fifteen individuals", indicates a source close to the investigation.
A rain of stones and other various projectiles falls on the police who manage, despite the very degraded state of their vehicle, to extract themselves from what looks like an ambush.
Tear gas and LBD grenades
Reinforcements, called without delay, went to the scene with a beating drum.
A security operation is in place.
The tension then did not completely fall in the city of Poland where tear gas and defense bullet launchers (LBD) are used.
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A few seconds are enough to see the pressure go up a notch when a man in a vehicle tries to violently crash into the police stationed there.
They manage to avoid the collision.
On the other hand, the author did not escape his arrest and then his custody.
The last attackers then vanish in the neighborhood and the night regains its calm.