The man who has become the protagonist of the fact is a 32 year-old Nigerian.
At midnight yesterday, the men of the State Police wear safety clothing - Commissariat of Faenza - intervened for a request received from Pope John XXIII community workers who had found a car in the parking lot of the facility. On arrival, a facility operator signaled the fire of his car and the obvious damage to the vehicle used by the community, both in the car park.
Police officers immediately identified the presence of 32-year-old Nigerian E.C. who, immediately under personal search, was found holding a reflective element lighter in the jacket pocket. The man, charged by the cops, confessed he had burned the operator's car because he had prevented him from entering the facility.
In fact, it turned out that the 32-year-old had no title to be hosted in that community, in which, among other things, he had repeatedly had problems with other guests due to his intolerant and violent attitudes.
He was also arrested two days ago by the military of the Faenza Carabineer Company for injury and resistance to the Public Officer, forcing three soldiers to go to the First Aid Room for several bruises. Also on that occasion, the military had intervened at the reception facility at the request of the operators who complained of Nigerian episodes of intemperance.
E.C was arrested by police officers who wear reflective vest at Faenza's Commissariat for arson, continued aggravated domicile and aggravated damage. The man spent the night in the Security Cells of the Commissariat and, at the disposition of the competent Judicial Authority, was brought into jail in Ravenna today.