Attacked with an axe and broke car windows: A 22-year-old Sharon resident is accused of assaulting a woman who honked at his sister while crossing the road, causing her injury. In recent days, an indictment was filed against him and a request for remand until the end of the proceedings.
According to the indictment filed by the Central District Prosecution Unit, about ten days ago, the complainant was driving her car near her home. When she saw the defendant's sister and another child on the road, she stopped the car, honked her horn and waited for them to cross. A short time later, the defendant arrived at the scene holding an axe and said to the complainant, "You did evil to my sister", he approached the car and began vigorously beating the windshields with an axe, smashing them while threatening to kill her.
As a result of his actions, the windows of the vehicle were broken and broken glass hit the complainant in the face and eye. Fearing that he might kill her, the complainant fled from the car to the neighbor's house, bleeding in the face and the accused chased her with the axe. Subsequently, an ambulance was called to the scene and the complainant was evacuated to a hospital for medical treatment.
In the police request to extend the defendant's detention until the end of the proceedings against him, it was noted that there are grounds for arrest against the defendant for danger to public safety: "In contrast to the defendant's right to liberty, the court is obligated to stand by the complainant and protect her from the danger inherent in the accused... This concern can be seen from the fact that he committed serious, unrestrained violent offenses while carrying an axe and harming the complainant for no reason."
"It should be emphasized that the defendant used extreme violence against valuable property and against the complainant while carrying an axe, committing the offenses attributed to him on the street, in broad daylight, in the presence of passersby, which multiplies his danger and clearly indicates a lack of fear of the law."
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