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The Civil Guard investigates a driver without a license who escaped from a mobility control (14/05/2020)

| On the Northwest highway (RM-15), Mula municipal term | He was driving having lost all the points of his driving license In the rear seats were three minors without a child restraint system (SRI) The alleged authorship of a crime against road safety is attributed to him The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, within the framework of the mobility control operational devices decreed by the Government of Spain in the current state of alarm, has investigated the driver of a tourism that fled from an established control on the Northwest RM-15 motorway (Alcantarilla-Caravaca de la Cruz), municipality of Mula. The driver is allegedly guilty of a crime against road safety for fleeing and driving without all the points of his driving license. In addition, in the back seats of tourism three minors traveled without the child restraint system (SRI), for which they have made separate complaints to the Provincial Traffic Headquarters of Murcia, for transporting minors and stature less than 1.35 meters without using the mandatory child restraint system. The action took place when members of the Traffic Group and Citizen Security Prevention had jointly established a vehicle control device to verify compliance with the limitations established during the state of alarm, on the Northwest RM-15 highway (Alcantarilla-Caravaca de la Cruz), municipality of Mula. The agents observed how, in the rear seats of one of the vehicles that entered the delimited space for verification, three minors traveled without any of them making use of child restraint systems (SRI), so that required the driver to go to a safe area to verify it. Initially, the driver followed the instructions of the civil guards, but abruptly accelerated and abruptly left the checkpoint, ignoring the stop signs of the agents while rejoining the RM-15 motorway direction Sewer. The civil guards began their search, although they were unable to catch up after entering the town of Campos del Río, where their trail was lost. The investigation carried out by the Traffic Research and Analysis Group (GIAT) of the Civil Guard based on the information provided by the police force that is part of the control device, made it possible to identify the escaped driver, a 21-year-old male, a resident of Campos del Río, who was not authorized to drive because he had exhausted all the points of his permit. Located 48 after his escape 48 hours after the events, GIAT civil guards from the Murcia Traffic Sector located the escaped driver and the vehicle at his home. The young man was investigated as the alleged perpetrator of a crime against road safety due to the loss of validity of the authorization for having exhausted the credit of assigned points. The crime with road safety for not having a driving license after having exhausted all the assigned points is typified in article 384 of the Penal Code and sanctioned with alternative prison terms of 3 to 6 months, a fine of 12 to 24 months or works for the benefit of the community from 31 to 90 days. The arrested Spanish man, 21 years old and a resident of Campos del Río, the vehicle used and the proceedings investigated have been placed at the disposal of Investigating Court number 1 in Mula (Murcia). In addition, it has been proposed for sanction for breaching the mobility limitations established in Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, which declares the state of alarm. In the same way, complaints have been made to the Murcia Provincial Traffic Headquarters for transporting three minors and less than 1.35 meters tall without using the mandatory child restraint system.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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