On February 19, at the end of the afternoon, a 15-year-old teenager was attacked by a gang of young people at the exit of the Anna-Marly college, in Brest, where he had been in school for a fortnight. Severely insulted, he was then punched and kicked and stabbed with a wound in his knee.
According to the first elements of the investigation, this attack would have occurred in a context of rivalry between bands of Kérourien and Pontanézen. The victim was issued with a total incapacity for work for five days.
Four of the alleged attackers were formally identified and summoned on Tuesday morning by the minors’ brigade at the Brest police station. After their hearings, two were released. The other two, aged 14 and 15, considered the main perpetrators, were presented on Wednesday to a children’s judge for indictment.