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Because of the parking situation: Neighborhood dispute in Peiting escalates and ends in court


Highlights: Neighborhood dispute in Peiting escalates and ends in court. The defendant is said to have hit his opponent with his fist. The court sentenced him to a fine of 4,500 euros. “Since he's been living there, there's just been no peace,” is how the victim described the neighborhood. The prosecutor described the 36-year-old’s statements as “constant and detailed’” “That will probably remain the origin of the injuries,’ said the defense attorney.

As of: February 22, 2024, 9:00 p.m




The defendant is said to have hit his opponent with his fist.

The court sentenced him to a fine of 4,500 euros.

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Good neighborhood relationships are worth a lot.

However, if the relationship with the surrounding residents is broken, even a small drop can be the last straw.

In Peiting, a neighborhood dispute even resulted in a lawsuit.

Peiting – “Of course that wasn’t quite the case,” said the defendant about the allegations before the Weilheim district court.

He denied that he hit his neighbor in the face and repeatedly on the head as a result of a verbal argument.

The injured party was “much younger, taller and stronger than me.

“That wouldn’t be any good,” said the 67-year-old.

The 36-year-old would regularly block his driveway with his car, said the defendant.

On a morning in September 2023, he and his partner were backing into the driveway when his neighbor - also in his car - drove up and only came to a stop directly in front of the defendant's vehicle.

His frightened girlfriend then immediately disappeared into the house.

An argument then broke out between the two men over the parking situation.

The 36-year-old was constantly “playing around” and “screaming around,” said the accused.

As proof of the constant blocking of his driveway, he wanted to take a photo, although he tried not to include the 36-year-old in his photo.

However, he failed in this.

“I'm reporting you, now you have to pay!” his neighbor shouted in response to the photos.

Out of fear for his own safety, the defendant kept a distance from his opponent.

According to him, there was never a violent confrontation, “quite the opposite.”

His frightened girlfriend soon brought him into the house, lured outside by the screams.

That was the end of the “spinning” for him.

There have been repeated disputes for years, he added.

“Since he’s been living there, there’s just been no peace.”

He definitely wouldn't block anyone, the injured party emphasized in court and explained the parking situation using pictures.

The defendant's driveway is so wide that blocking it would be quite a difficult undertaking, said the 36-year-old.

When they met, the accused grinned and waved his cell phone and began to take photos of him and the license plate of his car.

At a distance of almost half a meter, he wanted to make it clear to the 67-year-old at some point “that he should not do that.”

While turning around, “I caught one,” said the victim.

The defendant was hit “with his fist on the lip”.

He then pushed him away and was immediately hit on the head again.

A moderate concussion, facial and skull contusions were later diagnosed in hospital.

The 36-year-old said that his opponent's partner finally intervened, screaming.

“Since he's been living there, there's just been no peace,” is how he described the neighborhood.

The defendant's girlfriend asserted that when she brought the 67-year-old into the house, she could not see any injuries on the injured party.

The 36-year-old simply claimed loudly that he had been beaten.

With a frown, Judge Stefanie Rainer wanted to know why the injured party should make up such a story.

“Perhaps out of envy or resentment,” replied the witness.

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The prosecutor described the 36-year-old’s statements as “constant and detailed”.

It was clear from the hospital report alone that he had been injured.

The witness also did not follow the situation in its entirety, she noted, and demanded a fine.

According to the defense attorney, the accusation was not confirmed.

“We don’t know what happened immediately after the incident,” he said, commenting on the origin of the injuries.

“That will probably remain his secret.”

The judge found the injured party to be “not unbelievable”.

He was obviously “still astonished by the incident today,” she said.

The judge was certain that after years of disputes the 67-year-old's hat had simply burst, and she also saw no reason to distrust the injured party's story.

The brutal approach was therefore punished with a fine of 4,500 euros.

By Florian Zerhoch

All news and stories can also be found on the Schongauer Nachrichten Facebook page.

Source: merkur

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