A 16-year-old boy was jailed on Friday for "attempted murder" after driving into three police vehicles, injuring three officials, in order to escape control in Mulhouse (Bas-Rhin), he said. we learned from a judicial source.
According to the Latest News from Alsace, the police would have spotted this driver on Wednesday afternoon who was far from driving. The latter would not have wanted to stop for a check and a chase would have started, requiring the intervention of several units, including the anti-crime brigade.
According to his explanations, the minor was traveling to downtown Mulhouse with a 16-year-old friend, a front passenger, to eat an ice cream. He allegedly fled because the day before, he had been given a suspended sentence by a judge of the juvenile court.
No driving license
To escape control, the miner crashed into three screen-printed vehicles, injuring three police officers. The teenager, who does not have a driver's license, also stamped a private car and street furniture, before finishing his race in a security barrier.
At the end of his police custody, he was indicted for "attempted homicide on persons holding public authority, refusal to comply, hit and run, lack of driving license, lack of insurance and lack of control of the vehicle ”, before being placed in pre-trial detention. The passenger was released.