Saarbrücken (ots) - In several inspections, the federal police in Saarland were able to enforce a total of three arrest warrants over the weekend.
On Saturday, June 27, 2020, the officials checked a 20-year-old Frenchman in the Saarbrücken urban area. He was sought by the Saarbrücken public prosecutor's office because of unauthorized removal from the scene of the accident. After payment of the exemption from 1452EUR he could continue to enjoy his freedom. The investigators found a 44-year-old Polish national on Sunday, June 28, 2020 in the Saarbrücken urban area. When checking his personal data, the only thing that turned out to be a wanted listing by the Saarbrücken public prosecutor's office for theft. A closer look revealed that the man had four European arrest warrants open. A Polish court sought him for breach of maintenance, deprivation of liberty, insult, document theft and burglary. After being shown at the district court, he was admitted to the JVA Saarbrücken. At the end of the weekend, the federal police officers went online with a 30-year-old Frenchman. This was sought by the Saarbrücken public prosecutor's office for drunk driving with an imprisonment of EUR 2550. After his brother paid the outstanding amount for him, they were both able to continue their journey.
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Originally written by: Federal police inspection Bexbach
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