The investigation into the assassination of former rugby player Federico Martin Aramburu is progressing.
One of the suspects was indicted on Friday for "murder" and imprisoned.
Romain Bouvier, a former student of the Parisian University of Assas linked to the ultra-right, is suspected of having fatally shot the former rugby player on Saturday.
The alleged accomplice of Loïk Le Priol, a 27-year-old former soldier arrested in Hungary overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday and main suspect, has also been indicted for two offenses related to the possession of category B and C weapons. After a debate before a judge of freedoms and detention, the judge ordered his placement in pre-trial detention in the Paris prison of Health.
"On the advice of my lawyer, I wish to exercise my right to silence," said the respondent surrounded by three police officers.
The individual, like the main suspect Loïk Le Priol, must also appear in June in Paris for "aggravated violence" against a member of the Union Defense Group (GUD), whom they are suspected of having beaten and humiliated with three other members.
The companion of the main suspect also indicted
Romain Bouvier (31) was arrested on Wednesday in Sablé-sur-Sarthe (Sarthe).
He was spotted on Tuesday when he paid for his hotel room in a hotel in Solesmes, a town bordering Sablé.
The 30-year-old had been placed in police custody in the premises of the Paris judicial police.
Former rugby player Federico Martin Aramburu, 42, was shot dead in the 6th arrondissement of Paris last weekend after an altercation in a bar in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Le Mabillon.
In addition to Romain Bouvier and Loïk Le Priol, a third person is suspected: Lison, the partner of the main suspect Loïk Le Priol, has been indicted for complicity in murder.