An indictment has been filed with the court in the case of a young man who tried to ram random people in Warsaw’s Wesoła by car. One of them was injured. The 27-year-old will be charged with attempted murder.
As Katarzyna Skrzeczkowska, spokeswoman for the Warsaw-Praga District Prosecutor’s Office, informed us, the indictment in this case was sent to the Warsaw-Praga District Court.
– The man heard four charges, three of which concerned attempted murder and non-compliance with the court’s verdict, i.e. driving a motor vehicle despite a court ban – prosecutor Skrzeczkowska told us.
She added that the man had been punished many times. – He confessed, said that he did not remember the moment of the hit – the prosecutor noted.
The 27-year-old accused faces life imprisonment.
“He tried to run over the whole group, which also included children”
The event happened in September last year in Wesoła. Information from the residents of the district about the driver of the Chrysler Voyager, who is raging on the streets and forest areas, began to flow to the police.
Reporters, as described by the police at the time, were terrified. Their reports clearly showed that the driver deliberately accelerates the car to very high speeds, and then deliberately drives into random people on the pavement, passages, and even on the sidelines.
Among other things, the man tried to run over the couple several times during a picnic near the forest. He hit a woman on one of the streets. According to the police, he “evidently tried to run over the whole group, which also included children.”
The woman who was hit was taken to the hospital with head and back injuries and a broken leg. The rest of the people managed to jump away, avoiding injuries.
He was driving a car with no license plates, it wasn’t his
The man was driving a car without license plates. However, with the cooperation of the residents, criminals established who he was. He has been stopped. Turns out the car wasn’t his. He just had to fix them.
After the arrest, the police determined that the accused had already been banned from driving for life.
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