a former police officer sentenced to four years in prison for the kidnapping of a woman

a former police officer sentenced to four years in prison for the kidnapping of a woman
a former police officer sentenced to four years in prison for the kidnapping of a woman

A former police officer was sentenced to four years in prison, two of which were suspended, for having kidnapped a woman and carried out a false search of her home in Raincy (Seine-Saint-Denis) in 2015, we learned.France Media Agency (AFP) Wednesday with the prosecution.

The prison sentence, pronounced by the criminal court, is adjusted. Dismissed in April 2018, he was stationed at the Bobigny police station and today works in logistics. The victim, aged 19 at the time of the events, was stopped by an unmarked police car which was following her.

An envelope containing €5,000 stolen

Three men then presented themselves as police officers, armbands on their arms, arrested him and took him for a false search of his home. When she refused, they handcuffed her and made her wait with one of them in her car while they stole an envelope containing €5,000 from her home, said theAFP.

According to the first elements of the investigation, the young woman, of Jewish faith, had been targeted by the thugs, who believed that her brother had hidden in her home a sum of €200,000 to €500,000 from tax fraud. carbon. The ex-police officer had fraudulently accessed police files to find out the victim’s address.

At the hearing, two men admitted their participation but shifted responsibility for the organization to each other. The prosecution had requested four years in prison, including two years of suspended sentence for the ex-police officer and one year for his accomplice. The latter was sentenced to three years in prison, two years of which were suspended.

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