Azad brothers. K. and Ishaan. K., both aged 26, was detained by police after consulting with the Suriname Public Prosecution Service regarding threats, ill-treatment and destruction. This happened when law enforcement encountered a house party during the lockdown, according to a Suriname Police Corps report.
During the night of Friday 14 to Saturday May 15 between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m., a mixed team of police, BBS and the National Army received a telephone report from Uitvlugt Police stating that the party was taking place in Awaralaan.
Once there, law enforcement officers faced a house party that was going on. While transporting attendees, two men and a woman fiercely resisted and hit a BBS’er man and a policewoman.
These legal officers reported the matter to Oitteflugt Police Station, after which they were referred to the emergency department for medical assistance.
A total of 47 violators of the lockdown, including 7 women, were transported that night to the main hall in the yard of the Police Academy. The transferred offenders relate to persons who were on the highway without cause. All of them received an administrative fine.
A total of three vehicles were withdrawn. Police remain a community To be spurred To continue to comply with the measures and also that they will continue to crack down on those who misbehave unnecessarily.
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