First, he allegedly borrowed money and did not pay it back, he also beat up the son of a resident of Puławy (Lublin Voivodeship), and finally tried – according to the police – to extort PLN 100,000 under the threat of burning down the apartment. The police arrested a 26-year-old man who now faces up to 10 years in prison.
A resident of Puławy informed the police that she found a note behind the windshield wiper of her car “on which someone wrote that her apartment would burn down if she did not donate PLN 100,000.” According to the police, the woman allegedly packed the money in a bag and left it in front of one of the hotels in the city.
“The woman did not prepare the money, but she reported to the police station. During the interrogation, she admitted to the police that for some time she and her son had been having a problem with a friend, a resident of the Baranów commune,” says Commissioner Ewa Rejn-Kozak from the District Police Headquarters in the press release. Łuków.
She adds that the young man first borrowed money from the reporting person several times, but did not pay it back, and then he appropriated her son’s bicycle, and when the latter demanded it, he beat the boy, causing injuries all over his body.
“The 26-year-old was arrested by criminals and taken to police custody. The evidence collected in the case allowed him to be charged with six charges,” the policewoman describes.
He allegedly appropriated one bicycle and stole the other
The man is suspected of defrauding the reporting person three times, attempting to extort a robbery, misappropriating a bicycle worth almost PLN 3,000 and causing bodily injury to the woman’s son.
“In addition, criminal investigators found that the man was also responsible for the theft of a bicycle worth PLN 2,000, which took place in September in Puławy. The officers recovered the bicycle and handed it over to the owner, and the suspect was charged with another crime,” we read in the release.
He was placed under police supervision
The 26-year-old was brought to the prosecutor’s office with a request for a preventive measure.
By decision of the prosecutor, the resident of the Baranów commune was placed under police supervision and is completely prohibited from contacting or approaching the victims. He faces up to 10 years in prison.
Main photo source: KPP Puławy