Even though the east Jutland Police now have extended the time limit for visitationszonen in an area of west Aarhus, denmark, in a further 14 days, then put it appears to be no damper on the fuss - and hærværksmageres conduct in this part of the country's second largest city.
according to the latest sample daily report from the east Jutland Police. Without putting exact number on how many fires there are, as it appears from the report that at least half a dozen different objects are put in fire.
east Jutland Police received Monday at 23.20 a first notification about the fire in several containers on the Jettesvej in Gellerup. Immediately thereafter, the police received notifications on fires in containers on the Karen Blixen's Boulevard and Gudrunsvej. In addition to fire in seven containers burning also a car at the church on Gudrunsvej.
in Addition, the police received at 00.44 review about a fire in a container on the Fjældevænget and at 01.18 further a review about the brand in a container in the Rydevænget.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested on Dorthesvej in connection with the police presence in Gellerup. It was here that he was seen save a plastdunk with flammable liquid and was then detained by the police. It succeeded, however, in the first instance to run away, but he was quickly overtaken by a politihund. The 16-year-old was subsequently charged with intentional arson and insulting behaviour towards the police. the
east Jutland Police have in the extension of the fires increased the patrolling in the area. The mobile police station will also hold different places in Gellerup and the rest of the visitationszonen Tuesday afternoon and evening. the
east Jutland Police are investigating now the case of the postage fires and would very much like to hear from witnesses who have seen something or have knowledge about the incidents. It can be done on the telephone 114, or by contacting the officers in the mobile police station in the Gellerup area.
the 112 - 20. feb. 2019 - at. 16:31 Large brawl: Police are massively present