Police in Celje reported that a 24-year-old man who had been convicted of various crimes in the past was shot dead by Šoštanj’s traffic with an air rifle, and was more easily injured. The incident happened just under a week ago when a 22-year-old man stabbed a police officer with a knife in Velenj.
Just before 10.30am, an unknown perpetrator shot a police officer who was conducting traffic control in Šoštanj along with a colleague. He was hit in the leg and slightly injured, Celje police said.
It is the second attack on a Celje official in less than a week. Are there more and more attacks on officials?
According to the findings gathered so far, a 24-year-old policeman was shot at by police with an air rifle, which in the past was dealt with by police officers for trying to prevent an official action and committing various crimes against property.
A 24-year-old man was arrested and his air rifle was seized. After the investigation, they will be tried on charges of committing the crime Attack on an officer while fulfilling security duties, Celje also wrote in the Police Administration (PU).
According to our reader, the incident happened near the primary school, which is now closed due to epidemiological conditions. On the show World A channel however, the man was reportedly shot through the window of an apartment building near the school.
A man in the middle of Velenje cut off a policeman and fled
Less than a week has passed since a 22-year-old BiH citizen broke into a bus station in Velenje and threatened to kill himself or someone else. When the police patrol arrived, he fled and was attacked with a knife that attacked the officers who had been captured. To calm down, the police fired lightning bolts, first using a firearm and then, while he was still scratching, the firearms again. He managed to cut off the police. Both he and the police were taken to hospital.
Earlier, however, hooligans threw granite blocks at police in violent incidents in the capital, and we also complained.
The police sell themselves for a thousand euros, and hope that society and politics will protect the citizens and their property. Due to the attitude of the government, the police are losing patience and I am afraid that we will be one step away from the strike in the police, said the president of the Slovenian Police Union at the time.Rock Cvetko.