While he had been granted two hours of freedom for good behavior, this prisoner from Meaux-Chauconin (Seine-et-Marne) only worsened his sentence this Thursday, March 16.
Authorized to leave the penitentiary center for two hours, this 40-year-old prisoner got distracted and did not see the time passing. So inevitably, when his return time approached, he panicked.
To be sure to return in time, he went to the parking lot of a supermarket in Meaux and made a motorist believe that she was losing oil. He then took advantage of this pretext to get behind the wheel of the car and flee with it.
In his maneuver, he even hit the young woman who luckily escaped unscathed. The latter even had time to warn the police to find her car.
Finally, after a few minutes of research, a patrol from the Anti-Crime Squad (BAC) found the trace of the thief and the car. Abandoned in a bush, the vehicle had suffered some damage following an impact against a parking lot curb.
Brought before the Melun public prosecutor’s office, the forties received an extension for his sentence. In immediate appearance, he therefore left with two additional years of imprisonment.
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