Lucky hit ?: Man (52) checked in Cologne central station - police do not believe their eyes


Cologne –

Lucky hit or good instinct? Or maybe a little of both? That will remain open, but one thing is certain: the Federal Police arrested a man on Wednesday (June 9) in Cologne Central Station who was wanted with three arrest warrants. Among other things, the wanted man had left his prison leave without permission and had not returned.

  • Cologne Central Station: Man (52) is arrested
  • Man wanted with three arrest warrants
  • Now he has to go to jail for another 90 days

At around 9:30 a.m., several federal police officers were in the building of Cologne Central Station and were on patrol. Among other things, they checked a 52-year-old man who was walking in the lobby of the station. An everyday process, at least until then.

Cologne main station: Federal police arrest man with three arrest warrants

Because at first there was no sign of nervousness in the man, he handed over his ID to the officers in a very cooperative manner. Then the surprise: The federal police checked his personal details and were amazed. They were confronted with three arrest warrants in connection with the 52-year-old.

The review found that the man was wanted, among other things because he had illegally not returned from prison leave. He would have had to serve 14 days in prison.

Federal police take action: No money, so 90 days in jail

In addition, there were further arrest warrants from the Marburg public prosecutor’s office, which is still waiting for payment of the wanted person. Fines of 420 and 3600 euros were still outstanding. The convicted person could have paid it on the spot, but was unable to do so.

The consequence was clear: Instead of a relaxed journey from Cologne Central Station, the man now has to serve a 90-day prison sentence. The federal police arrested him on site and “led him to the execution of his sentence,” as the police report says. (tw)

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