Friday afternoon was a 52-year-old man shot in the leg by police and arrested, when he went with a knife during a City-demonstration by Digterparken in Aarhus.
on the Night of Saturday, the police have further arrested a 40-year-old man from the local area.
The two men are charged with, respectively, attempted murder and complicity to attempted murder.
It writes the east Jutland Police in a press release.
Our investigation led us late in the evening on the trail of the 40-year-old, who we suspect to have played a role in connection with the incident Friday. Of regard to the ongoing investigation we want right now not to disclose further, but there is talk about a serious matter, says inspector Michael Kjeldgaard in the press release.
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They shall also inform, that at present they do not have the full overview of the matter.
Both the 40-year-old and the 52-year-old will be produced in grundlovsforhør in the Court in Aarhus on Saturday at 14.
the Prosecution will request that the hearing be held behind dobbeltlukkede doors.
The 52-year-old man was shot after he came through the police barrier to Paludan-the demonstration armed with a knife.
the Man did not respond to the police pleading and warning shots, then fired a shot against the man who was hit in the leg.
Knivmanden't hit anyone with the knife and is now in the hospital. He is reported outside of death and it is estimated that he is able to appear in court later on Saturday.
After skudepisoden there was unrest about Gellerupparken, where several persons set fire to a car and the container, and threw stones at patruljebiler.
No one was seriously hurt and no one is arrested in connection with the disturbances, which continued until three o'clock on the night of Saturday.
the Police have been strong in numbers present in the district since Friday afternoon and still expect to be visible in the area the rest of the weekend.
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