Toulouse: police targeted by projectiles to Arnaud-Bernard, one of their dogs hit with fists
Clashes occurred on Tuesday evening at Place Arnaud-Bernard in Toulouse between the police and around thirty individuals.
The police had another hectic evening on Tuesday evening. Around 10 p.m., an official’s patrol was circulating in the Arnaud Bernard district, one of the strategic places for trafficking in cigarettes and narcotics, when they noticed three suspicious individuals.
The trio is quickly supported by about thirty people who prevent the police from controlling them. Some pebble the police and threats. Then everyone escapes to avoid being arrested. But thanks to video surveillance, one of the projectile launchers will be identified, he had taken refuge in a kebab.
During his arrest, this 41-year-old man, known to the services, tries to hide a stabbing weapon and does not give way. A dog of the canine unit, with the muzzle, finally allows him to put the handcuffs on him.
At the same time, an overly curious passer-by passes in the middle of the security perimeter. This forty-something, on roller skates, films the scene and brushes against the police dog on several occasions. And when the animal gets too close to him, the suspect hits him with his fists. An act considered as violence against the person holding public authority. Aged 44, he also ended his evening in police custody.