Two young drivers force a gendarmerie roadblock in Saint-Mexant during the weekend

Two young drivers force a gendarmerie roadblock in Saint-Mexant during the weekend
Two young drivers force a gendarmerie roadblock in Saint-Mexant during the weekend

Two Corréziens aged 19 and 21 were arrested and sentenced after a refusal to comply on Saturday May 11, late in the afternoon, in Saint-Mexant.

Referred at the end of their police custody this Monday, May 13 before the public prosecutor of Tulle, two young Corréziens were sentenced for refusing to comply and several significant traffic offenses.

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The facts, recounts the Prosecutor’s Office in a press release, date back to Saturday May 11, at the end of the day. Around 7 p.m., a gendarmerie patrol carrying out a check in Saint-Mexant saw two vehicles without registration plates. The windshield of one of the two is star-spangled. Ordered to stop, the two drivers, aged 19 and 21, accelerated and forced the roadblock of the police who immediately chased them.

A chase begins

After a chase where the fugitives increased their recklessness (driving at high speed, refusal of priorities), a driver, whose vehicle got stuck near a pond, was finally arrested. The second will be apprehended shortly after.

Presented according to the appearance procedure upon prior admission of guilt, the two defendants, whose criminal records were clean, were sentenced to 140 hours of community service and to a road safety awareness course, in addition to several fines. Their driving license was revoked.

Julien Bachellerie

#French

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