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World He chomped on the police to buy his drugs: five years in prison

15:10  13 february  2021
15:10  13 february  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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A 32-year-old drug addict was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday 12 February in Roanne. He pretended to be the police to get information and sell it to drug dealers.

A 32-year-old drug addict, who sold his dealers confidential information extracted from the police and the gendarmerie, was sentenced Friday evening to five years in prison at Roanne (Loire).

The Criminal Court also issued an arrest warrant against Wesley Krikorian, absent from the hearing and who had chosen not to be represented, Roanne Abdelkrim Grini's district attorney said on Saturday (February 13th).

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Four years in prison had been required for "fraud aggravated by the usurpation of the status of person holding public authority".

"He is organizing his irresponsibility"

Originally from Vaucluse, the thirty-something, who suffers from schizophrenia but has been declared responsible for his acts by psychiatric experts, has been hospitalized automatically at the Lyon Saint-Jean de Dieu psychiatric hospital since l 'last summer.

The court followed the prosecution which estimates that the young man, whose criminal record has about thirty entries, "has shown that he is organizing his irresponsibility, as others are organizing their insolvency to escape the consequences of their actions, by trying to manipulate the legal experts who examined it ”.

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In the Rhône, in Perpignan and Nîmes

The man passed himself off for the first time in 2019 as a Lyonnais police officer at the Roanne prison in order to obtain information on a detainee. It was then that an investigation was opened. He then managed to deceive the vigilance of law enforcement from a cell phone "by using appropriate professional jargon and using imaginary identities that sounded good," according to the prosecution.

Police officers from the Rhône but also from Perpignan or the gendarmes from Nîmes paid the price. "This revealed flaws and neglect in the communication methods of certain services to which the information has since been passed," added the prosecutor.

Described by investigators as "intelligent and particularly clever" , Wesley Krikorian explained using this confidential information as a means of payment to drug traffickers.

Arrested last summer for a robbery with violence in Aix-en-Provence, he was then declared criminally irresponsible and hospitalized automatically but was continuing his game from the hospital, which allowed investigators to locate him.

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