A district court in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, has ordered the arrest of a Syrian man for allegedly attacking a policeman at a guarded shelter for foreigners in immigration detention.
The man aged 28 allegedly headbutted the policeman and hit him with his fist without any apparent reason, causing bruises and a chipped tooth, the statement said. His arrest was ordered because he holds no job in Hungary, has no local income and no residence permit, therefore there is good reason to assume that he would become unreachable if allowed to stay at large.
The man was already the subject of a criminal procedure involving vigilante justice which he had committed at the same guarded shelter in October.
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