Police charged with felony entrapment
The victim’s hands and feet were tied with tape and assaulted
Forced dog poop and haircuts
He suffered serious injuries such as broken ribs and multiple scratches
The police door was locked, so we couldn’t arrest him
Police apply for advance arrest warrant, but court is “dismissed”
A man in his 20s has been arrested and charged with imprisoning his girlfriend at home and attacking him indiscriminately for five hours for reporting a break up.
According to the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency on the 20th, the police booked a man in his 20s who was not detained in April this year on charges of serious addiction and sent him to the prosecution.
Person A has been accused of imprisoning her ex-girlfriend, a woman B in her 30s, in an officetel in Incheon on the morning of April 2 this year and of assaulting her for approximately 5 hours.
Person A went to his house after Mr B said goodbye, tied his hands and feet with tape, and attacked him several times. It was found that A had imprisoned Mr. B and that he has fed the dog dirt or cut his hair.
B, who was assaulted for a long time, suffered serious injuries such as broken ribs and multiple scratches and is being treated in hospital.
On the same day, the police, who received a report from Mr. B, to Mr A’s house and tried to arrest someone in an emergency, but found they could not arrest him because the door was locked.
Arrest warrant denied and sent without bond
After investigating Mr. B, who voluntarily appeared at the local police station on the same day, the police applied for a preliminary arrest warrant on the 15th of the same month, which was rejected by the court. It was later reported that B had been transferred to an unreserved trial.
A police officer said, “On the day of the report, I gave Mr. B a smart watch and registered it with the 112 system to protect himself.
According to Article 277 of the Criminal Act, if a person commits a violent act after being enslaved, he can be sentenced to 7 years in prison for a felony.
Earlier in January last year, the 11th Criminal Division of the Gwangju District Court (Chief Judge Ji-seon Ji-sun) was transferred to trial on charges of entrapment and abuse of senior C (25), who had an intellectual disability, and was sentenced girlfriend, Mo (24), Park, and his girlfriend, Mo (24) each to 15 years in prison in the first trial.
Park and others were accused of repeated abuse, including confining C in a one-room apartment in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do between December 2019 and May 2020, forcing them to work and stealing money.
Reporter Kang Ju-ri