Torna a Rubare: Clandestino gia’ identificato 28 volte esce dal carcere

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20 2010

Torna a Rubare: Clandestino gia’ identificato 28 volte esce dal carcere

Clandestino già identificato 28 volte esce dal carcere e dopo 20 giorni torna a rubare, Polizia Locale lo arresta di nuovo”. Da giudici più severità con recidivi per favorire i rimpatri

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Milano: “Era appena uscito dal carcere di San Vittore da 20 giorni dopo aver scontato una condanna per furto di 6 mesi. E la Polizia Locale lo ha arrestato di nuovo, sorpreso a rubare in un esercizio commerciale di via Costantino Baroni. Il soggetto è una vecchia conoscenza: un clandestino marocchino di 34 anni già identificato 28 volte, inottemperante a un decreto di espulsione emesso dalla Questura di Trieste, condannato due volte per furto (nella prima la pena scontata è stata di 8 mesi) e con precedenti per spaccio”.

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

“E’ il 593 esimo clandestino fermato dalla Polizia Locale da inizio anno -spiega De Corato -. E al solito dobbiamo constatare che si tratta di recidivi, che entrano ed escono dalle patrie galere. Il fatto è che in questo modo gli concediamo una sorta di permesso di soggiorno a lungo termine. Perchè tra un furto e l’altro non possono essere espulsi avendo anche procedimenti pendenti. Mi auguro pertanto che da parte dei giudici ci sia maggiore severità con condanne di almeno due anni. Sufficienti, in base al ’pacchetto’ sicurezza, a decretarne i rimpatri”.

Riccardo De Corato - Vice Sindaco

Source by Riccardo_De_Corato


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