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It is the 23. January 2018, shortly after twelve o’clock. A 50-year-old shift worker from the district of schweinfurt was driving his car through robbrunnstrabe and ended up in a police checkpoint. 30 kilometers per hour are allowed, with more than 50 things he is on the road. While he is paying his fine, the police notice "drug-typical conspicuities". According to the indictment, the man has consumed cannabis and tramadol. Blood is to be taken from him, but he sits down in the car. One of the officers opens the driver’s door and stands in the opening. The driver closes the door, so that the policeman has to swerve. The second officer stands in front of the car. The 50-year-old man accelerates and drives towards the police officer with spinning tires, who can only save himself by jumping to the side. He disregards the right of way rules, drives too fast, swerves into the opposite lane. On the luitpoldstrabe he speeds through a red light. In all cases other drivers have to brake hard. At around 100 kilometers per hour, he drives toward the main train station and finally onto highway 70.
Police are already waiting
A good hour later, the accused shows up at his house to fub. Two police officers are already there, the man runs away. The policemen chase him, push him to the ground. He resists being handcuffed, prosecution says. In court he has to answer for dangerous interference with traffic and endangering traffic, attempted dangerous bodily harm, assault on and resistance to law enforcement officers.