Of the Moroccan immigrants, 19 and 22 years old, have given a brutal beating to one chica and her boyfriend in Granada. As reported by the Local Police, both have been arrested and are being investigated by robo with violence on Socrates street, in the vicinity of the center of Granada capital. The events happened at 00:45 last Tuesday, at which point 092 received a notice in which they warned that “A girl was receiving a strong attack.”
a police vehicle He appeared at the scene, where a boy and a girl had visible injuries and reported having been approached by «two young people of Maghreb origin that under the pretext of ask for a euro, approached and, as they spoke, began to put your hands in your pockets to remove their belongings.
The attackers took cash and a mobile phone
As explained by those attacked, once they realized the intentions of the two young Moroccans, they tried to prevent the robbery, at which point they began to receive blows, being “Violently attacked”, thanks to those who «getting hold of the cash they were carrying and with a mobile phone». The victims required an ambulance to be transferred to a health center.
Fortunately, the moment the ambulance arrived, the two alleged assailants returned to the area, at which point they were identified by both the couple and an eyewitness to the events. At that moment, they tried to flee and, after a long chase on foot, they were finally caught up and detained by police officers. They were then arrested and transferred to the police station of the National Police Corps for the practice of proceedings and being brought to justice.
In another vein, the National Police have arrested in the Ribera del Genil area, also in Granada, a 49-year-old male of Brazilian nationality as allegedly responsible for trying to defraud 5,000 euros from an 85-year-old woman whom he deceived by telling her that her daughter was in custody and that he had to surrender said amount for her release.
The agents accompanied the mother to her home where, shortly after, the man appeared to collect the money and was arrested, according to the National Police in a press release. The woman was at her home, located in the center of the city, when she received a call in which “a male voice, who said he was a policeman, informed her that her daughter had caused an accident and was being detained.”