25.05.2022 – 15:08
Police Headquarters Southeast Hesse – Offenbach
1. Theft on a construction site – Offenbach
(aa) On Tuesday night, thieves stole a load pressure gauge from a construction site in the Senefelder district (Obere Grenzstraße in the area of the 160 house numbers). Between 7:00 p.m. and 7:45 a.m., the perpetrators broke open the lock on a container and removed the device used to measure soil density. The police are asking for information on 069 8098-5100.
2. Accident with a pedestrian – young people injured – Neu-Isenburg
(jm) A 17-year-old pedestrian was slightly injured in an accident on Monday afternoon on Carl-Ulrich-Strasse. At around 2:50 p.m., a 57-year-old Opel driver drove down Carl-Ulrich-Strasse in the direction of Frankfurter Strasse. According to initial findings, there was a collision between the Opel Vivaro and the pedestrian who wanted to cross the street there near the “Stadtwerke” bus stop. The teenager sustained injuries and was taken to a hospital for evaluation. The left exterior mirror on the Opel was torn off. Other witnesses are asked to call the police station in Neu-Isenburg on 06102 2902-0.
3. Who saw the driving of the BMW? Please report witnesses! – Dietzenbach
(aa) Police officers stopped a BMW driver late on Tuesday, who is said to have previously evaded a traffic check on Offenbacher Strasse. The BMW is said to have been driving at high speed around 11:50 p.m. and turning illegally at Velitzystrasse/Frankfurter Strasse. As a result of this manoeuvre, the driver of a light-colored small car coming from the direction of Neu-Isenburg would have had to brake hard to avoid a collision. Shortly thereafter, the officers stopped the dark BMW 560L on Kirchbornstrasse. The 52-year-old driver appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. A traffic offense was reported against the Dietzenbacher on suspicion of a prohibited motor vehicle race and drunkenness and endangerment in road traffic. The 52-year-old had to give a blood sample. His driver’s license and vehicle were also confiscated. The police are now looking for the driver of the light-colored small car mentioned, as well as other witnesses and possible victims who should please call 06074 837-0.
4. Hit and run: Motorbike damaged in the parking lot – Heusenstamm
(jm) The law enforcement officers in Heusenstamm are looking for an unknown person who caused the accident, who damaged an Aprila RS 125 motorcycle parked in the parking lot of a school on Berliner Strasse on Monday. The accident is said to have happened between 9:20 a.m. and 1:10 p.m. The damage is estimated at 500 euros. Attentive witnesses are asked to call the Heusenstamm police station on 06104 6908-0.
5. Who drove against the blue gulf? – Rodgau/Weiskirchen
(jm) After a traffic accident on Lortzingstraße on Monday, the police are looking for who caused the damage to a blue VW Golf, which is estimated at around 1,500 euros. Between 11:30 a.m. and 1:50 p.m., the previously unknown person probably grazed the driver’s side of the car parked on the side of the road in the area of the 10 house numbers when driving past. The police in Heusenstamm accept information by telephone on 06104 6908-0.
6. Biker check: High-quality motorcycles secured – Landesstraße 2310/Seligenstadt district
(jm) After the publication of the traffic report 2021 and the presentation of the Raser, Tuner und Poser (AG TRuP) working group, the specialists were on the road again on Saturday (May 21, 2022) over a weekend. Motorcycles were the focus of AG TRuP, which was actively supported by specially trained colleagues from the Offenbach traffic inspection department and the specialists from the Autoposer, Raser, Tuner (KART) control group at the Frankfurt police headquarters. There was a lot going on between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the control point near the “Am Bachgewann” car park. In total, the specialists checked over a hundred motorcycles and their drivers. The vehicles were checked for their roadworthy condition and for the permissible volume of the exhaust system. The officials checked the bikers’ ability to drive and the protective equipment they were wearing. The officials found what appeared to be some serious technical changes on 34 motorcycles, so that the respective operating license had expired. Of these, the exhaust systems and air filters on a dozen motorcycles had been modified in such a way that the environment was significantly affected by noise. The stationary noise measurement for a Harley-Davidson, for example, reached 114 decibels with the permitted 93 decibels. The motorcycles were secured on site and will be presented to an expert in the next few days. In the case of the high-quality machines, some of which have a value of up to 90,000 euros, the officials also found further violations with regard to missing reflectors, footrests or lighting. Three two-wheeler drivers were out and about without a suitable protective helmet. For them, the ride continued only after they presented a helmet that conformed to the regulations. All officials are certain that this check has ensured more traffic safety and made an important contribution to protection against noise.
1. Cyclists touched a walker immorally – Maintal
(aa) Anyone who was walking in the area of the field on Goethestrasse on Tuesday afternoon could have heard a woman scream. At around 5:20 p.m., a woman walking from Hochstädterstrasse was walking in the direction of the Albert Einstein School when she was touched indecently by a man around 30 years old. The perpetrator had blond hair and was wearing a white tracksuit. He had come on a bicycle. When the woman from Maintal screamed for help, the stranger fled towards the school on his bike. The criminal police are now relying on evidence from witnesses who became aware of the screams and saw the perpetrator fleeing. Please call them on 06181 100-123.
2. Missing is back – Langenselbold
(aa) The 40-year-old from Langenselbold (we reported) who has been missing since Wednesday morning has returned home safely and is now getting medical help.
3. Police ask for information: Who keeps scratching parked cars in the industrial area? – Steinau on the street
(aa) The officers of the decentralized investigative group Schluechtern are dealing with an unusual case involving a series of property damage to parked cars in the industrial area of Steinau. In a period between Friday, May 6th and Monday, May 23rd, “Im Poppen” across from a works company, parked cars were repeatedly scratched horizontally along one side of the vehicle with a pointed object. The times of the crime were between 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. In each of the six known cases, damage was between 500 and 1,500 euros. The police are now asking witnesses who have seen suspicious people to call 06661 9610-0.
Offenbach, May 25, 2022, press office, Andrea Ackermann
Questions please contact:
Thomas Leipold (lei) – 1201 or 0160 / 980 00745
Andrea Ackermann (aa) – 1214 or 0173 / 301 7834
Felix Geis (fg) – 1211 or 0162 / 201 3806
Alexander Schlueter (as) – 1223 or 0162 / 201 3290
Jennifer Mlotek (jm) – 1212 or 0152/09022567
Police Headquarters Southeast Hesse
63071 Offenbach am Main
Telephone: 069 / 8098-1210 (collective number)
Fax: 0611 / 32766-5014
Email: [email protected]
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