A rape complaint under investigation
A complaint for rape was filed at the festival said Saturday, July 6 the Prefecture of Territoire de Belfort. The gendarmerie investigating the investigation did not wish to comment that the usual checks were in progress. The facts happened in the perimeter of the festival indicates the lieutenant Olivier Garoby without specifying the exact places and the age of the people. According to our colleagues from France Bleu, the facts would have occurred near the campsite in the night from Friday to Saturday. The woman and the man in question knew each other and would have arrived together on the festival. This afternoon, criminal identification was on site at the campsite, our journalists found.
A fight against drugs and drug trafficking more visible than other years
This year, at the entrance to the Eurocks, but also at the campsite and on the grounds of the site, the anti-drug controls conducted by the gendarmes were very visible and regular. "There is a will of the state services to carry out offensive actions of prevention.A festival is not a zone of no right from where our presence" told us Lt. Col. Olivier Garoby of the gendarmerie group of the Territoire de Belfort.
A number of court proceedings have been opened. Among them, on Thursday, a procedure for possession of weapons and two procedures for drug trafficking.
Thursday, about forty minutes for were made by the gendarmes for possession of narcotics. Friday, 76 people were the subject of PV of judicial information for acts of consumption of narcotics (coke, LSD, cannabis …). This figure is still 70 narcotics proceedings on the day of Saturday.
Road traffic offenses and incivilities
On the roads leading to the festival, the police conducted alcohol or identity checks. By order of the public prosecutor of the Territoire de Belfort, they were allowed to search the vehicles.
On the day of Friday alone, 95 traffic offenses were found: 18 drivers in the direction of Evette-Salbert near the church, a crime was found and 5 tickets were drawn for driving under the influence of an alcoholic state. On Saturday, the authorities recorded 95 traffic violations, 62 troublesome parking, and a dozen offenses related to driving under the influence of alcohol.
Friday, the police have also intervene at Belfort station for bottle jets, consumption of narcotics and parking troublesome.
Malaise, alcohol and and bobology
At the advanced medical station located in the heart of the festival, Samu and firefighters began to take stock of the interventions on the site and the number of festival-goers supported.
"We are rather on a sustained activity higher than last year" explains Michael Idrissi, of the SDIS 90. "We had to take care of this year a lot of breathing difficulties related to dust, it is a pathology that we were not used to seeing " explains the firefighter. For the rest, pathologies are classic, trauma, sprains, comas ethyl for some festival-goers … and this year less synthetic drugs according to the relief. The device was composed this year of thirty firefighters each night, five staff of Samu, and new this year the presence of the Red Cross.
On Saturday, 211 people were cared for at the advanced medical post installed on the peninsula, including 56 people rescued on site, the rest being spontaneous consultations. 11 people were evacuated to the hospital Nord Franche-Comté indicates the Prefecture.
best concert yesterday angele lol (thanks to the little guy who pulled me out of the crowd during my discomfort too hard my guy)
– apo (@ApollineVdpt) July 6, 2019
The relief had to handle several movements of crowd and malaises in series. The latest in the concert of young Belgian Angela where the crowd was ultra dense in front of the Greenroom. The gendarmes had to open the escape route to access the victims of discomfort, because of a crowd that had become too dense for relief to reach through the interior of the site.
The doctors of the medical post advanced also found that festival-goers and festival-goers presented themselves for digestive disorders or secondary states following the ingestion of drinks or food proposed by complete strangers. It was recommended to the festival-goers to watch their drink and to accept neither drink nor food from strangers.
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