Seine-et-Marne: without a license and under the influence of cannabis, he provokes a chase with the police
Author: Clark Tos
Stupidity obviously has no limit. A few days ago in Seine-et-Marne, a driver who did not have a license and tested positive for cannabis tried to outrun the police during a chase.
The surreal scene took place between Boissise-la-Bertrand and Seine-Port shortly after midnight. Initially, it was a simple broken rear light that caught the attention of the police. And while the latter wanted to alert the person behind the wheel of this observation, the driver refused to submit to the request of the officials on patrol and decided to accelerate in order to flee.
Despite the rapid use of a stop-stick (a tool to be placed on the ground which allows a vehicle to be stopped) by the patrol and a flat tire during this intervention, the unconscious fugitive managed to continue his race along the banks of the Seine at high speed. Fortunately, he will be forced to stop at the Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry bridge. Fortunately, the chase did not cause any accidents and no injuries were reported.
Credit: Christelle Osset / ER
A driver under the influence of narcotics
To make matters worse, during the control, a saliva test was carried out and it turned out to be positive for cannabis. After identifying his identity, the police realized that the 24-year-old man behind the wheel was well known to the police. police . To top it off, he was driving without a driver's license. In the trunk of the car, officials found dozens of batteries. “Material whose fraudulent origin could not however be established within the framework of the investigations” confided a source close to the investigation.
The driver was finally brought on Thursday, October 27 before the Melun court. During his immediate appearance hearing, he was sentenced to 12 months in prison accompanied by a probationary suspension of 6 months.Source : https://actu.fr/ile-de-france/seine-port_77447/seine-et-marne-sans-permis-et-sous-cannabis-il-tente-de-semer-la-police_54823692.html