Glyfada: assault on minors, robbery, beatings

Another outrageous incident, the “heroes” of which were teenagers, occurred this time in the metropolitan area of ​​Ano Glyfada.

Two minors were attacked by their peers, a group of boys aged 12 to 15. The guys they stopped were beaten and robbed in broad daylight. Juvenile delinquents even filmed everything that happens on video.

According to information iefimerida, all happened shortly after 14:00. Two friends were walking along G. Gennimat street. A company of 4 youngsters, for no apparent reason, began to “bully” two friends who, without reacting, calmly continued to walk.

Then one of the offenders grabbed the teenager and hit him hard in the face. He then forced his victim to kneel and apologize for “not paying attention when he was spoken to!”. The juvenile delinquent also pulled out a knife he had and wounded the guy in the right forearm.

The second member of the group used his mobile phone to record his friend’s actions while the other two dealt with the second guy: punched him in the face, and then, taking away his gloves and hat, fled.

The beaten teenagers informed their parents, who went to the police department, where they reported the incident. The law enforcement officers who took up the case quickly located the juvenile delinquents. As it became known, they are high school students in the area. One of them was arrested and taken to the police. During the investigation, the police found a video filmed by the hooligans, thanks to which the fact of violation of the law was unconditionally established.

Four minors are charged with unlawful acts: assault, robbery (one of them is in violation of the law on weapons).

The parents of one of the juvenile bandits were brought to justice, including for improper supervision of a minor who was released on the oral order of the prosecutor. Others are wanted.

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