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Teenager killed in the metro in Saint-Denis: a young suspect in police custody after surrendering

The day after the death of Sedan, 14 years old, attacked by and youé &agrav; the Basilica of Saint-Denis metro station, a young man of 19 went to the station. the police this Thursday.

Dagger and hit &agrav; several times on Wednesday January 17, around 8 p.m., while he was getting ready to go to prison. take line 13 of the Paris metro to At the Basilica of Saint-Denis station, in the direction of Saint-Denis Université, Sedan, a young 14-year-old college student, died "despite the consequences of the accident. the rapid intervention of the firefighters who carried out the for very long minutes a cardiac massage,” indicated Wednesday evening in a press release. the town hall of Saint-Denis. In fact, a man "hidé" would have "thrown&eac;" on Sedan and two of his friends, who were going down the stairs to get to the metro platform. He was equipped with a "knife". 

Put to flight by the schoolboy's two friends, the attacker jumped into the street. in a metro towards the terminus of line 13, Saint-Denis Universit&eac;, where it could have been filmed; by surveillance cameras. However, his trace was then discovered. lost, reveals Le Parisien, who adds that, since then, the Bobigny public prosecutor's office has revealed that the main suspect in this case could be identified; and introduced himself. himself to the police Thursday afternoon. The man would be aged 19 years old. He was é warned &agrav; seen for intentional homicide. The investigation, as for she continues. She was é entrusted to the sub-directorate of the judicial police of Seine-Saint-Denis. 

While this tragedy occurs in a context of increased violence, around ten brawls having occurred; recorded during the last week in this territory, the socialist mayor of Saint-Denis, Mathieu Hanotin, announced a series of measures, with the aim of a rapid return to calm. Thus, the parents were é called to invite their teenager(s) à "stay à home" the next few days outside of classes and their extracurricular activities. A "temporary ban on gatherings in public domain" has also been implemented "until January 22, 2024 & noon" and police reinforcements must be deployed at the scene of the latest brawls, but also around school establishments. 

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116