Vigili arrestano balordo che estorceva soldi al prete e ai ragazzi dell’oratorio

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05 2008

Vigili arrestano balordo che estorceva soldi al prete e ai ragazzi dell’oratorio

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Milano: “Due vigilesse hanno arrestato un italiano di 48 anni , con precedenti penali, per attività estorsiva ai danni del parroco e dei ragazzi che frequentano l’oratorio della parrocchia Santissimi Patroni d’Italia di via Arzaga. Al momento del fermo l’uomo era ubriaco e ha reagito provocando lesioni alle agenti giudicate guaribili in una decina di giorni”.

Lo comunica il vice Sindaco e assessore alla Sicurezza Riccardo De Corato.

“Il fatto è accaduto ieri pomeriggio. L’uomo, che vanta precedenti per lesioni aggravate, furto aggravato ed estorsione, è responsabile di attività estorsiva sia nei confronti del parroco che dei ragazzi che frequentano l’oratorio. A seguito dell’ennesima minaccia e su richiesta del parroco è intervenuta la Polizia Locale che stava seguendo la vicenda da un mese procedendo al fermo e alla denuncia per minaccia, lesioni e resistenza”.

“Un brutto episodio - spiega De Corato - che fortunatamente si è concluso. E che segue a un altro brutto atto intimidatorio accaduto l’altra notte in via Fleming, dove ignoti, dando fuoco a una moto rubata, hanno provocato volontariamente un incendio che ha danneggiato il luogo di culto dei Cristiani Evangelici”.

“Piena solidarietà alle vigilasse " conclude De Corato " per l’ennesima dimostrazione di coraggio e abnegazione di persone che sono sempre al servizio dei cittadini”.

Source by Riccardo_De_Corato


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