Over 11,500 Bucharesters own one or several lethal weapons
A total of nearly 14,000 people are formally registered as owners of lethal weapons in Bucharest and approximately 7,000 as holders of non-lethal fire arms using rubber balls or compressed air. Bucharest Police Spokesman Christian Ciocan reported on Tuesday that over 11,000 people are registered with the Police as holding one or several lethal weapons in the Capital City. ‘The Bucharest Police records contain a total or 11,562 individuals who own 13,496 lethal weapons’ Cristian Ciocan told ‘Adevarul’ daily. He also added that in the first three months of 2009, the total number of lethal weapons registered in Bucharest had grown compared to the first quarter of the previous year. However, the representative of the Bucharest Police did say the city ‘was still one of the safest capital cities in Europe’ despite the reported incidents with people firing their guns, especially in traffic.
Romanian arrested in Austria for series of raping
A Romanian man was arrested in Austria and accused of having raped numerous women in Vienna, during the last few weeks, Antena 3 reported. Nicolae Tiberius I. used to follow lonely women who went out in town in the evening, according to Police officers. A spokesperson of the Austrian police department said: “He behaved so violently that he pulled out of her hair after the attack.” Viennese police officers declared that they would continue the investigation, in order to identify the total number of the victims abused by the Romanian 41-year-old rapist.
Eleven year child, investigated for money forgery
An eleven year boy from Timis County is investigated by the police after having forged money with a printer. The child used the fake bills in order to pay a fast food meal, Antena 3 declared. According to police officers, the boy forged at home, with a multifunctional printer, three RON 100 money, four RON 10, four RON 1 and two EUR 50. The Police initiated a legal pursuit for money forgery against the child.