– After media reports on theft on October 29th from the stadium in the Poznan club, which internet users have attributed to Widzew fans, again in Lodz there was a large group of Lech fans. It's hard not to avenge in this – explain Lodz's officers.
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At least a dozen vehicles on Poznan signs were detected in Łódź after midnight from 11-11 November.
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– From the information that floats in, it was found that people who use these cars have balaclava, machetes and other dangerous tools. Some of these cars on Warsaw street did not stop being checked – police from Lodz told.
The officers went on the hunt. Subsequent cars passed by a red light, police cars approached. One of the drivers tried to escape from the sidewalk.
The chase ended in Zgierz, where it managed to block the flying cars – audi a4, renault laguna and opel. Drivers and passengers were pulled out of the vehicle by force.
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According to the police, dozens of fans of Lech Poznań were identified between 19 and 51 years. And they add: – The drivers aged 29, 32 and 31 have been detained in connection with the crime not to stop the inspection, for which a sentence of up to 5 years imprisonment is punished. A 27-year-old Audi passenger is in charge of drug possession. Officials also detained the driver's license. They punished by mandate, among other things, to use vulgar words during interventions.
At the same time in Łódź the fourth car was stopped. – The 37-year-old driver of Peugeot travels with 3 passengers. For the commitments committed he was fined 500 zlotys – police say.
And they add: "This is not the first situation when a group of Lech fans performed in Widzew. Thanks to the officers' actions, so far no confrontation has occurred, despite the attempt of hooligans.
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