The Luxembourg police received around sixty calls during New Year’s Eve.
About sixty calls for disturbing public order on New Year’s Eve were received by the police, during the night of December 31, 2021 to January 1, 2022, between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. According to the law enforcement statement, this is largely due to the fireworks and noise associated with private parties.
As a reminder, a good number of municipalities have banned the use of firecrackers and fireworks during New Years Eve.
AND ON THE ROAD?
Around 0:30, a police patrol noticed a car traveling on the N7 at the entrance to Hosingen with the hazard lights on, the front license plate missing and a flat tire. The front of the car was also damaged. The alcohol test carried out on the driver was positive: as a result, the driving license was withdrawn and a report was drawn up.
On the side of avenue J.-F. Kennedy in Kirchberg, another police patrol, intrigued by the path of a car, stopped the driver. Without surprise, the blood alcohol test was positive and his driver’s license was withdrawn.
Around 2:50 a.m., an accident occurred rue de Bridel in Steinsel. No one was injured, but the driver’s blood alcohol test was again positive. A report has been drawn up.
Shortly after 4 a.m., another accident took place in Schengen on one of the Markusberg wine trails. The driver damaged several vines, but was not injured. Here too, the result of the blood alcohol test was positive. A report has been drawn up.
In Erpeldange, on New Year’s Eve, a cellar door was forced open by one or more individuals who broke into a house. Several items were stolen and the police opened an investigation.
The same night, a break-in at a Bridel house was reported. The attackers smashed down a French window to access the interior of the house. Various valuables were stolen. An investigation has been opened.
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