A fanatic rebels and breaks the finger of a police officer, in Verviers

On the night from Friday to Saturday, a man born in 1990 was driving along Boulevard de Gérardchamps with his friend from Verviers. They argued and stopped with doors open to a fire. A patrol approached. The man then rebelled and the police used the spray to calm him down. While falling, the man knocked down a policeman, who broke his finger. The fellow, drunk, was inaudible after the fact. When we could hear him, he denied having rebelled. He will be the subject of an expedited citation in court for assault and battery against an agent.


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