The judge also imposes the prohibition of communication and approach to the victim at a distance of less than two hundred meters
The minor investigated as the alleged perpetrator of a stabbing of a classmate in Águilas will be interned in a closed regime as a precautionary measure, as agreed on Tuesday by the head of the Juvenile Court number 1 of Murcia. The young man is investigated as the author, initially, of a crime of attempted murder. Likewise, the prohibition of communication and approach to the victim at a distance of less than two hundred meters is imposed.
According to the actions of the Civil Guard of Águilas and the Juvenile Prosecutor’s Office, the detained minor, aged 15, at around 9:30 a.m., entered the classroom and approached the victim from behind, and with a knife, without saying a word. , taking advantage of the fact that the aforementioned minor was lying down, he stabbed him twice in the side and ran out of the class.
Welcoming the request of the Public Prosecutor, the magistrate considers that “we are facing completely reprehensible facts that require the greatest criminal and punitive response”, and that “only the foregoing covers the greatest and most restrictive of measures such as internment in a closed regime” .
But, he also added, in this case, that we are dealing with an investigated minor, with a protection file in two autonomous communities, “which implies little collaboration and parental control” and “with few social skills in conflict situations.”
Concluding that the facts, their characterization, the indications of criminality, together with the personal, family and socio-educational circumstances of the minor and the technical reports “support the need for a rapid response that can serve as a brake on behaviors such as those indicated”, and, therefore, the need to adopt a precautionary internment measure.
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