He was hit in the face by a blow from a fight with such violence that he fell to the ground, banging his head violently. So a 30-year-old boy died in the night. The events took place around 3 am on Sunday 5 September, in a service station on the provincial road 231 between Modugno and Bitonto, in the province of Bari: for reasons yet to be ascertained, a fight broke out between two groups of boys who started fighting. One of them hit the 30-year-old in the face by doing so fall on the ground: in the impact the young man has violently hit his head and he died.
I am still few details on the matter, but the carabinieri coordinated by the prosecutor Ignazio Abbess they are investigating and have already stopped the people involved in the brawl. Not only that, they also captured videos of the cameras surveillance of the service station to reconstruct the dynamics of the facts. The mayor of Bitonto spoke on the incident with a post on Facebook, Michele Abbaticchio: “Late at night, in a service station on the outskirts of the city, a fight resulted in the death of one of our fellow citizens – writes the mayor -. Without weapons the end of a human existence was decreed by violence for reasons, it would seem, not related to criminal matters. The alleged culprit – he continues – is in contact with the police ”.
He intruduced himself spontaneously in the barracks, accompanied by the defender, the 20-year-old alleged author of the attack that took place during the night in a service station on the outskirts of Bitonto, in the Bari area, as a result of which 40-year-old Paolo Caprio died. The 20-year-old is still in the barracks, where he is questioned by the prosecutor who coordinates the investigation. The accusation against him has not yet been formalized but it is moving towards the hypothesis of the crime of manslaughter.
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