Four minors and two young adults were arrested after the assault, Wednesday, of two students of a high school of Guebwiller (Haut-Rhin) in the courtyard of their establishment, we learned Friday, September 22 from the prosecutor's office of Colmar.
Around 17:30 p.m. on Wednesday, two students of the Joseph Storck high school in Guebwiller, aged 18 and 19, were beaten as they were about to leave the school, in a "particularly violent" scene recorded by video surveillance cameras, said the prosecutor's office. The victims, who were punched, kicked, but also hit in the face by scooters, were prescribed one and two days of total incapacity for work (ITT).
Exchange of glances
Six people from outside the school were arrested very quickly, after the call of witnesses to the gendarmerie. Four of them are minors, the youngest being aged 14 and 15, and two others are "young adults".
They were all referred to court for violence aggravated by three circumstances: in assembly, with a weapon — the scooter — and for the place in which the assault occurred, in a school. The two youngest were placed under judicial supervision by the juvenile judge, suspected of being, for one at the initiative of the violence, and for the other the author of the scooter shots.
The other minors will be summoned later, when the two young adults will appear on prior admission of guilt. None of them were known to the justice system. The reasons for the attack could be a simple exchange of glances, a few days before on a "City Stadium".