Federal police: had the right nose

| Image: West Palatinate Police Headquarters
| Image: West Palatinate Police Headquarters

Saarbrücken (ots) - Federal police officers yesterday, on February 11, 2020, showed their good intuition. A total of 4 arrest warrants, 6 wanted listings and a totally forged driver's license were found in several controls. The first thing the officials saw was a 25-year-old Afghan. This was sought by the Munich district court for theft and insult. Since he was unable to raise the amount of EUR 1724 from the prison, he was sent to the Ottweiler correctional facility for the next 286 days. As a co-driver in a French vehicle, a 26-year-old Algerian then noticed the investigators. He was sought by the Braunschweig public prosecutor's office because of dangerous bodily harm with an arrest warrant. The young man was taken to the Ottweiler prison for the next 8 months. A 34-year-old Italian also escaped prosecution. He was sought by the Saarbrücken public prosecutor for property damage. Since he was able to pay the 1684EUR release, he did not have to go to prison for 80 days. A 46-year-old Frenchman particularly aroused the interest of the federal police. He identified himself as a driver of a car with a French identity card, a Serbian passport and a California driver's license. With so many different papers, the officials were startled. It turned out that the driver's license was a total forgery and the Frenchman did not have a driving license at all. He is now facing an advertisement for forged documents and driving without a license.

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Originally written by: Federal Police Inspectorate Saarbrücken

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