Outbreak of violence in Dortmund! Around 10:45 p.m. on Saturday evening (October 29), residents on Wilhelmplatz in Dortmund-Dorstfeld complained about a group of ten men who were bawling loudly and peeing on front doors.
Around 11:30 p.m., another call was received by the police, again the group of men would be listening to loud music and throwing garbage. The police went out, asked the young men to collect the rubbish and turn off the music. Place references were also issued.
Group calms down – only one stands in the way
According to the police, the group was cooperative – only one Dortmunder (23) did not want to take part and only responded to repeated requests. A short time later, the patrol car crew met the 23-year-old again, who was again listening to loud music via Bluetooth speakers.
When asked about it, he threw the speakers in the direction of the patrol car, narrowly missing a police officer, but damaging the car’s windshield. He ran away. On the run, the 23-year-old fell and was therefore able to be fixed by the officers on Spicherner Straße.
Dortmunder goes crazy, injures police officers
But he still couldn’t calm down: insults were followed by spitting, and he even headbutted and kicked the police officers non-stop. He ended up in police custody with his hands and feet tied. Two police officers were injured by the resistance actions, one of them was no longer able to work. The troublemaker is being investigated for resisting law enforcement officials, assaulting and destroying important work equipment.
Dortmund-Dorstfeld: Notorious “Nazi neighborhood”
The notorious Dortmund district of Dorstfeld is known far beyond the city limits as the “Nazi district”. In this context, however, the police point out that the arrested person is not a member of the well-known Dortmund neo-Nazi scene.