Saarbrücken (ots) - During several controls, the federal police in Saarland was able to enforce a total of five arrest warrants over the weekend.
During a check on Friday, the officials on the border with France noticed the passenger of a car with a Luxembourg license plate. This was shown to the emergency services with a Romanian identity card and a Romanian driver's license. They quickly realized that they were fakes. When the person was searched, small quantities of hashish were then found in addition to the real Moldovan ID. When the 46-year-old from Moldova was examined, it was found that the Koblenz public prosecutor's office was looking for false official IDs and that he was barred from entering the country again. After the measures were completed, he was sent back to France. The driver is being investigated for the aid to the illegal crossing of the border.
On Saturday, June 06th, 2020, federal police officers wanted to check a 36-year-old German on Hochstrasse in Saarbrücken. When the person spoke to him, he tried to escape by bike. After a short persecution, the young man was found and checked. The reason for his escape was probably the three arrest warrants he had open to the public prosecutor for violations of the Narcotics Act. In addition to burglary tools, marijuana, amphetamine and hashish were found during his search. He must now spend the next 312 days in the JVA Saarbrücken.
On Sunday, June 07th, 2020, the next arrest warrant could be executed. The officers found a 47-year-old German at Saarbrücken Central Station. This was wanted by the State Prosecutor in Saarbrücken with an arrest warrant for "fare dodging". He was also taken to the Saarbrücken prison.
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Originally written by: Federal Police Inspectorate Saarbrücken
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