A police officer in Sarganserland is charged with multiple abuse of office and trespassing. He committed a number of negligence while confiscating a car.
A police officer is on trial in Mels SG on Tuesday.
Him will Accused of trespassing, violation of official secrecy and multiple abuse of office.
The misconduct happened when a vehicle was confiscated.
The public prosecutor’s office demands a conditional fine and a fine.
A series of Failures has resulted in a police officer from the Sarganserland on Tuesday before the court. He is accused of trespassing, violating official secrecy and multiple abuse of office. He is charged by a 26-year-old man whose car was confiscated by the police.
The starting point of the situation is the withdrawal of the driver’s license 26 year oldswho was seen several times driving his car without a driver’s license drove. The accused police officer, who was traveling in civilian clothes, became aware of the vehicle and checked the man in February of this year in the underground car park of his apartment. He notified the prosecutor on call, who verbally ordered the confiscation of the car.
The policeman demanded that husband to get his things out of the car, and also inquired about the duplicate key. The man stated that it is in his apartment. Subsequently the two went to the apartment of the 26-year-old and the Pcop was there asked to wait in front of the apartment door while the man looked for the second car key.
Enter the apartment without permission
As a result, the policeman pushed open the door and entered despite his request Manwaiting outside the apartment. Before the police questioning, the 26 year old shower while the policeman waited in his apartment. Because of this situation, he is charged with trespassing.
the 26 year old phoned the accused police officer a few days later and wanted to know who is responsible for the confiscated car. He was told that he would receive the order in the mail. On the same day, the order for the confiscation of the car was drawn up and sent to the plaintiff by registered mail. At the same time, the accused policeman received the order by email. The policeman spoke to him on the phone husband and offered to put it in his mailbox.
The confiscation order was loose in the mailbox
D.as he did too, lbut liked him loose and not in an envelope in his mailbox, thereby violating official secrecy. The friend of the Private plaintiff, who lived at the same address, found out about the confiscation of the car and confronted her friend about it. “That was uncomfortable for him,” says the indictment.
The public prosecutor’s office demands a conditional fine of 60 daily rates of 110 francs each (6600 francs) as well as a fine of 1,320 francs and the costs of the proceedings. It is the presumption of innocence.
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