Five young adults will be tried this Wednesday in immediate appearance at the Bordeaux judicial court, while three minors were presented to a children’s judge on Tuesday afternoon, after a clash between rival gangs that erupted Sunday evening in Bordeaux. In all, thirteen people aged between 14 and 20 were arrested.
Around 6.30 p.m. this Sunday, when the Girondins de Bordeaux match against Lens had just ended at the Matmut Atlantique stadium, a call to 17 informed the police of a major brawl between young people from the Chantecrit district and Aubiers, on the side of the rue Lucien Faure in the Bassins à Flot district.
“The police forces had to make use of law enforcement equipment before intervening”
“Taking advantage of the presence of the security system put in place for the football match, the police went there and witnessed a brawl of several dozen young hooded and armed with makeshift weapons”, explains the prosecution of Bordeaux to 20 minutes. Among the weapons we find pell-mell machetes, iron bars, batons and sticks. “The police force had to make use of law enforcement equipment before intervening, and managed to arrest nine people including five minors all living in Aubiers” continues the Bordeaux prosecutor’s office.
While they were returning to the central police station to place the suspects in police custody, and the situation had calmed down, the police were again called back for a new brawl towards Chantecrit, near the Lycée Edouard Vaillant .
Referred for “participation with a weapon in a gathering”
“The police entered the site and discovered four concealed individuals (three adults and one minor) who were in turn arrested and brought to the police station for taking into custody, as well as the nine others for participating in a gathering. armed. “
Of the first nine individuals arrested (five minors and four adults), five saw their police custody lifted on Monday and the other four were referred Tuesday afternoon to the prosecution for “participation with weapons in a gathering and participation in a group in view of the preparation of violence against people or destruction or damage to property. “
Regarding the four other individuals arrested (three adults and one minor) at the Edouard Vaillant college, they were referred Tuesday afternoon from the head of “participation in a group for the preparation of violence against people or destruction or of damage to property ”further specifies the Bordeaux prosecutor’s office.