He received four stitches and 7 days of total incapacity for work (ITT). This Monday, a police officer of the anti-crime brigade (Bac) of Évry-Courcouronnes was wounded in the head during an intervention rue Desaix in the district of Pyramids in Évry-Courcouronnes (Essonne). "He was hit by a glass projectile thrown from the floor of a building," said Tuesday the departmental direction of public security of Essonne (DDSP 91), confirming information from Actu Essonne. The projectile in question is a jar.
The intervention of the police in the Pyramides district followed the theft of a motorcycle in the area of the court, a few hundred meters away. "The crew was stoned during the arrest of a person, resumes the DDSP. The projectile caused three open wounds on the colleague's head. He was taken to the Centre hospitalier Sud francilien (CHSF) in Corbeil-Essonnes where he was sewn up. According to a police source, the 44-year-old official received four stitches.
Two people arrested
Shortly after the attack, the Alliance Police Nationale union offered on its Facebook page "its wishes for a speedy recovery" to the injured police officer. "We also condemn this daily, gratuitous and cowardly violence," said Tuesday the departmental secretary, Claude Carillo, reached by phone.
According to our information, two people were arrested during this operation of the anti-crime brigade at the Pyramids. The motorcycle was found in an underground parking lot in the neighborhood.