On the night of Monday October 3 to Tuesday October 4, shortly after 4 a.m., the police checked a motorist who was haphazardly going up Avenue de Genève.
The attention of the officers on patrol had been provided by the unreassuring trajectories of the car. Arriving at the height of the driver, these led to a first explanation, discovering a 16-year-old teenager at the wheel. Subjected to saliva screening for narcotics, the teenager must have no driver’s license and tested positive for a large cocktail of drugs: cocaine, cannabis, amphetamines and methamphetamines.
The vehicle was immobilized, instructed its owner, a man in his fifties, to pick it up.
Already known to the police for similar facts, the teenager residing in a home in Annecy-le-Vieux was placed in police custody, pending his next comparison before the children’s court in Bonneville.