A forester from Păuneşti, found unconscious in the outskirts of the town, arrived at the hospital on Tuesday, after he was allegedly beaten by shepherds from a stable in the town, informed the County Police Inspectorate (IPJ) Vrancea, reports Agerpres.
“Today, 30.05.2023, at 16:42, the police officers from IPJ Vrancea were alerted via SNUAU 112 by a man about the fact that a man, from the same locality, aged 63, was found in the outskirts of Păuneşti commune , which showed signs of violence on the head. The man was picked up by the ambulance in a state of unconsciousness and transported to the hospital, in order to receive the necessary medical care”, stated IPJ Vrancea.
The main suspects of this deed are heard, being investigated for the crime of hitting or other violence.
The condition of the forester from Păuneşti would be quite serious, so he was transferred from Adjud Municipal Hospital to the Neurosurgery Department of Bacău County Hospital.
According to some sources close to the investigation, the altercation between the forester and the shepherds would have started from the fact that the forester would have asked them to tie up the dogs they had in the fold. Moreover, the villagers would have complained to the authorities on several occasions that the shepherds keep their dogs free and endanger people’s safety.
“Stâna is located about six kilometers from the village. The two shepherds have a large number of sheep that they graze on the land of the people in the village. The population is old and no one mows anymore, and they take advantage of this situation and graze the sheep on people’s lands near the shed they rented. They are dog lovers, they have several purebred dogs. We sent them several times to tie up their dogs, the Animal Police also came and fined them. I don’t know what they got up to, what they had with the forester. He was a very good boy. I heard that the forester is in a rather serious condition, I understand that he would have been transferred to a neurosurgery hospital in another county”, said the mayor of Păuneşti commune, Gheorghe Popa.
According to sources close to the investigation, the forester would have been on duty, so the framing of the act could undergo changes.
Editor: Bianca Chirilă