Mayor Arnhem: don’t squeak about missing fireworks | Inland

Mayor Arnhem: don’t squeak about missing fireworks | Inland
Mayor Arnhem: don’t squeak about missing fireworks | Inland

Police have arrested seven suspects so far. Inhabitants of Geitenkamp are angry that the police are not intervening harder. The police would also not have responded to reports from concerned local residents on Sunday evening.

Marcouch paid a visit to the district on Monday morning. He has promised to find out what happened to the reports on Sunday evening. “Because I really want foolish arrow throwers to be arrested,” he writes. He insists on reports of the purchase and storage of illegal fireworks, “because that saves lives.”


The unrest in the district was caused by the reaction of mainly young people to the fireworks ban, which the cabinet has announced this month for the coming turn of the year. The purpose of this prohibition is to prevent the additional burden of the already heavily burdened care during the turn of the year. The youth of Arnhem throws heavy bangers such as cobras and nitrates and fires fireworks hissing over the road surface. There are also fires being started here and there.

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