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64-year-old man convicted of violence at Stud Farm

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Six months of unconditional imprisonment – that was the sentence for a 64-year-old man who on Friday at the court in Viborg was found guilty of violence and intentional endangerment.

The 64-year-old has been convicted, among other things, of hitting two women with his car and driving backwards at high speed with a man hanging onto the door, causing the man to be run over.

The first case of violence dates back to September 14th last year. In this incident, the man was found guilty of striking a 66-year-old woman in the face with a clenched fist. This occurred in a wooded area near Skals. The next incident of violence occurred approximately a month later on October 13th at ViegĂ„rd Stud Farm near Skals. Here, the man was found guilty of hitting two women with his car and driving at high speed towards two other people. On the same occasion, he was found guilty of intentional endangerment by driving his car in reverse at high speed while a 52-year-old man held on to the door, eventually falling to the ground and being run over by the car’s front wheel, resulting in serious injuries.

In addition to the prison sentence, the man was unconditionally banned from driving for one year, meaning he is not allowed to operate any motorized vehicle that requires a driver’s license, except for a small moped.

The convicted individual has appealed for acquittal on all charges.

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