A man of foreign nationality has been arrested as the alleged perpetrator of a child abduction crime and violation of the sentence of her ex-partner in the municipality of Mijas for taking her minor daughters without consent in a vehicle, leading a police chase on the Autovía del Mediterráneo A-7 for reckless driving in which she presented symptoms of drunkenness.

As reported by the Local Police of Mijas on the social network Facebook, the events took place on May 1 when the Plainclothes Unit Agents (SIMA) “they were carrying out the surveillance service along the A-7 motorway in the direction of Calahonda” and “they observed how a tourism left the camping The Jarales at high speed and joining” the road.

Tourism was placeda few centimeters from the police vehiclebeing able to cause an accident with said reckless conduct” with the agents’ car, so they proceeded together with another plainclothes unit to “stop the movement of said vehicle in a safe place via the next freeway exit.”

The police report that they then proceeded to identify the driver who turned out to be “a foreigner who was with obvious signs of being under the influence of alcoholic beverages”, and on whom they verified that there is “in force a court order of restraining of his ex-partner ” after carry out transactions with the operational base.

Also, the agents they interviewed the ex-partner of the driverwhich was on the premises of the camping that he had previously abandoned, which stated that “he had stolen the vehicle keys, taking him along with his daughters without his consent.”

In this way, the agents “informed the driver that he was going to to be detained as the alleged perpetrator of a crime of breach of sentence Y a crime of child abductionas well as the legal rights that assisted him as an arrested person, with the agents carrying out criminal proceedings against the individual and being transferred to Civil Guard facilities for subsequent submission to court.

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