Threat at Ingelheim station - use of the electro pulse device

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Ingelheim am Rhein (ots) - On Friday, April 03.04.2020rd, 20, around 30:33 p.m. at Ingelheim train station, a 5-year-old man from the Rheingau-Taunus district threatened young people. According to initial investigations, the perpetrator was armed with a knife and had persecuted and threatened the people for an unknown reason. The arriving police officers were able to place the man at the bus station. Only when the use of the distance electro-pulse device (DEIG) was threatened did the perpetrator abandon his plans and throw the knife away. The man, who acted very aggressively during the police measures, was taken into custody to prevent further crimes. The man already resisted the transfer to the office. Once in the custody, he did not change his behavior, which is why the DEIG was actually used in the so-called contact mode. The man was only allowed to leave the detention cell shortly after XNUMX a.m. Threats and resistance to law enforcement officers have been made. A blood sample was also taken. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident.

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