agent who guarded the door Civil Guard Barracks in Cassitas It was a big surprise to see this Wednesday A young man approached the mast from which the Spanish flag was flying and was trying to bring it down, The guard couldn’t believe what he was seeing, but not knowing what the man’s true intentions were, he decided to exercise caution and ask for support. When he wanted to realize it, the suspect confiscated the national flag and was trying to escape.
events happened Around 5.10 at No. 1 Vizcaya Street, where Medhavi has quarter units like Reserve and Security Group. In fact, it was one of its members that the officer guarding the entrance saw the strange situation and asked for help. Later when the guards saw that the flag had disappeared from the pole, they opened the entrance to search for the suspect. It was not morning at that time, so the young man tried to go unnoticed by sticking his body to the wall. But he did not succeed, as one of the agents noticed his presence and stopped him.
According to reports that the Heraldo had access to, the man at the time bent down to pick up a bundle lying on the ground. It was a very dimly lit area and the officer thought it might be a weapon, so he laid his hand on his service pistol, in case it was necessary to draw it., He stopped the young man again, but without giving up, he started running.
The guard also ran after him. But when he reached the intersection of Logroo Avenue and Limit Street, he lost sight of him and returned to the barracks. A few minutes later, the same agent again noticed the person’s presence in front of the building.
the judge released him
The second chase was going to be lengthy, as the thief headed towards the Malpica de Utebo neighborhood. He tried to dodge his pursuer again by jumping from the ditch, but on the other side another guard was waiting, He turned away from me with a strong push. In the end, the escapee was intercepted by a patrol of the Utebo Civil Guard, who again offered resistance but ended in fetters., Upon identifying him, they verified that he was Ismail HS, who was born in Toledo but lived in Utebo. Once in the barracks, he spontaneously said that he wanted to “feel the adrenaline.” After testifying in the police court in the afternoon Crimes of theft, resistance and disobedience, with the help of lawyer Christian Monclus, the young man is released,