The alleged gunman who seriously injured Saturday, a 15-year-old during a football tournament at the Vanterpool stadium in Marigot (Saint Martin), was arrested on Tuesday and placed in custody for attempted murder. homicide. The vital prognosis of the adolescent reached by one of the lost bullets is always engaged, said the public prosecutor of Basse-Terre (Guadeloupe).
The alleged gunman who seriously injured Saturday a 15-year-old teenager at a football match in St. Martin, was arrested and placed in custody on Tuesday, announced the prosecutor of the Republic of Lower -Terre (Guadeloupe).
Saturday afternoon, several shots were fired by a person who was in the stands of the stadium Jean-Louis Vanterpool in Marigot. A young man in his fifties was hit by one of the stray bullets and is in critical condition, "His vital prognosis is engaged"said prosecutor Jean-Luc Lennon.
"Arrested without difficulties"
The alleged perpetrator was "Located in the workplace" and "Arrested without difficulty" Tuesday, he added.
Born in 1992, the suspect was taken into custody for attempted homicide. "We will seize the criminal hub of Pointe-a-Pitre because we are on a criminal case even if the victim was not the one he was targeting"said Jean-Luc Lennon. "His custody will be extended, it will be presented before an examining magistrate in Pointe-a-Pitre to be indicted".
On Saturday, when several football matches were played on the lawn, an altercation took place between two young people sitting in the stands. A young man slapped another who "In retaliation took out his gun, fired but hit a third"reported the prosecutor.
Sunday, the gendarmerie of Saint-Martin had launched a call to witness.
Following the shooting, the football competitions scheduled for Sunday morning had been canceled. " for security reasons ".
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