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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Fany Girls | 5 youths busted for violent attack on police box

Five youths including two university students have been arrested for hurling a concrete chunk at a police box in western Tokyo, breaking two windows, and spraying it with a fire extinguisher, police said Wednesday.
The five youths aged between 16 and 19, whose names are being withheld under the Juvenile Law, are accused of violating the Law concerning Punishment of Physical Violence and Others.
They admitted to the allegations during questioning. "It was fun to see police officers get surprised and rush out of the police box," one of them was quoted as telling investigators.
At around 9:35 p.m. on Oct. 15, the five sprayed a fire extinguisher at a police box in Machida and hurled a concrete chunk measuring 20 centimeters by 10 centimeters at the structure, local police said. Two of the windows in the police box, worth 60,000 yen, were broken in the incident. The officer who was in the police box at the time was not injured.
Police are grilling the five over their possible involvement in an incident in which a fire extinguisher was sprayed at a police box in Aoba-ku, Yokohama, in late August.
The group of five comprised two students from Kanagawa University and Tokai University, two high school students and a construction worker.


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