Grimstad: 16-year-old convicted of making death threats against police

Arendal district courtPhoto: Tor Erik Schrøder / Scanpix

A 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to 24 days of probation for threatening to kill and beat the police in Grimstad in November.

He was also convicted of threatening to kill a nurse at the emergency room in Arendal the same evening.

The police chose to take the 16-year-old, who appeared very drunk, to the police station in Grimstad for a chat after he had jumped into the road and disturbed several cars on the spot.

On the way to the police station, the teenager became aggressive and hit a police officer. During the drive to the police station and later to the emergency room, he also made death threats and other threats.

In the emergency room, he spat at a police student and made death threats against a nurse.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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