May 28, 2021 at 10:56 p.m.
On Thursday evening, May 27, 2021, police condemned a 34-year-old Senegalese man for resisting a public official in Corzo Magellano, Champaign.
It was the operator of Abzi Steering, who was relieved of duty, intervened after he noticed, walked with Corso Magellano, a large pile of bulky waste covering the closet, bedding, mirrors and more. A pizzeria. Not long ago, from the owner of the business and others who were there, he learned that someone with a trolley had dropped off roadside furniture.
When he contacted the local police and Amiu, according to them, the 34-year-old was identified by police as the culprit. When asked to show an identification document by local operators, he responded violently, turned threateningly towards the policeman who had stopped him, and took him to the police station with the help of the steering wheel. The person was convicted of protest and the local police will continue for all other crimes.