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04.01.2021 – 10:44

Federal Police Directorate Sankt Augustin

Paderborn / LippstadtPaderborn / Lippstadt (ots)

Last Wednesday (December 30th) officials from the Paderborn federal police station arrested a 33-year-old man on a regional train. On the train ride from Lippstadt to Paderborn, the 33-year-old Eritrean citizen was checked by the federal police. The federal police found that the Frankfurt / Main public prosecutor was looking for him with two arrest warrants. In October 2014, the Frankfurt / Main District Court sentenced the man to a prison sentence of 2 years and 6 months for attempted commercial smuggling of foreigners in eight cases. However, 305 days of this prison sentence had not yet been served. The Eritrean was also sentenced by the Frankfurt / Main District Court in October 2017 to a fine of 120 daily rates of 15 euros each for coercion and theft. This fine was only partially paid, which is why the Frankfurt / Main public prosecutor sought him to serve a substitute prison sentence of 104 days. The federal police arrested the homeless man and sent him to a correctional facility.

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Federal Police Directorate Sankt Augustin
Federal Police Inspectorate Münster
Press office
Roger Schlächter
Telephone: 0251 97437 -1011 (or -0)
E-Mail: [email protected]
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BPOL_NRW

Internet: www.bundespolizei.de

Bahnhofstr. 1
48143 Münster

Further information is available at www.bundespolizei.de or
at the above contact address.

Original content from: Bundespolizeidirektion Sankt Augustin, transmitted by news aktuell

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