A biological-technical assistant, who last worked in a nursery in the northern district, is said to have choked and kicked an employee there at the beginning of April last year. In addition, the 56-year-old is said to have tried to hit the man with a bolt cutter – but this failed because he was able to avert the blow with his hands. The biological-technical assistant now has to answer to the Munich II Regional Court for the alleged attack.
In the first instance, she had been sentenced to two years and one month in prison by the district court for dangerous bodily harm, among other things. In the act on April 2 last year, the 56-year-old is said to have smashed the glass panes of an entrance door to the nursery with a hammer and stolen a telephone. According to the prosecutor’s office, when police officers tried to arrest her, she put up massive resistance and slightly injured two officers. At the start of the hearing, the woman replied to the presiding judge’s question as to whether the allegations were true: “Not true.” The 56-year-old opened the nursery at the end of 2019 together with an acquaintance. Because of the Corona crisis, however, it should soon have become too complicated. In addition, according to the accused, there were serious arguments with their business partners. As a consequence, she withdrew from the contract concluded with her business partner in January 2021. On the day of the alleged crime, she wanted to use a washing machine on the grounds of the nursery, the 56-year-old said during her interrogation. They assumed that she would still be allowed to enter the company premises. But the traffic is not too. When an employee of her former business partner is said to have spoken to her “prolotically”, the situation escalated.
The aggression came from the employee, claimed the biological-technical assistant. To which the presiding judge replied, “We don’t have to believe everything you tell us.” A judgment in the process is still pending.