The owner of a tricycle who was illegally loaded with batteries was found to have spilled sulfuric acid on the police

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 The owner of a tricycle who was illegally loaded with batteries was found to have spilled sulfuric acid on the police


According to the police, at 11:13 a.m. on the same day, when they patrolled the southern section of Chunhua Road to the Agricultural Bank intersection, they found that a passenger manpower tricycle with a license plate of Jiake 2017 illegally installed battery power device, which prompted the driver to be inspected. The police asked the driver to show his driving permit and inform him of the illegal behavior of the tricycle.

However, the driver has always refused to cooperate with law enforcement, nor to produce relevant documents, sitting on a tricycle, refused to enforce the law by the police. Subsequently, the police patiently and meticulously did their ideological work, but they still refused to cooperate. After many unsuccessful warnings, the police prepared to take them away from the scene and hand them over to the police station, but encountered fierce resistance from the driver.

When people warned that they should issue compulsory measures certificates according to law, the drivers insulted the police more aggressively, and threatened to know the family address of the police, and to pour sulfuric acid on the police and their families. Seeing that the driver had lost his reason, the police took compulsory measures and sent him to Pengshan Road Police Station.

According to the police, the driver Wen Mou, a 66-year-old man from Leshan City Central District, is in charge of the case. According to the Law on Administrative Penalties for Public Security, the public security organs have imposed administrative detention for 6 days according to law.

Civilian police warned that the human tricycle is very dangerous after installing electric power devices. According to the regulations, electric power aids shall not be installed on manpower tricycles, and it is illegal to refit them privately.

Source: Red Star News Responsible Editor: Qiao Jing_N6607