Norway appeals courtroom will increase sentence of ‘ambulance hijacker’

An appeals courtroom in Norway has greater the jail sentence of a person who stole an ambulance and attempted to run over a number of pedestrians.

The 34-year-old suspect used to be convicted on seven counts of tried homicide ultimate Would possibly and sentenced to twelve years in jail.

Two babies had been injured once they had been struck through the ambulance in Oslo in October 2019.

The suspect pleaded to blame to drug ownership, making threats with a firearm and ownership of a weapon in a public position however denied accusations of tried homicide and making threats in opposition to law enforcement officials.

He had appealed in opposition to the sentence, however the Borgarting appeals courtroom upheld his conviction and sentenced him to every other 12 months in jail.

Norwegian media has nicknamed the person “the ambulance hijacker” however his id has no longer been officially published through government.

The 34-year-old used to be discovered to have pointed a weapon at law enforcement officials prior to stealing the ambulance and rushing via Norway’s capital with police automobiles in pursuit.

Two seven-month-old twins had been injured, although no longer severely when the person drove onto the pavement and hit their pushchair. An aged couple had dodged the automobile through happily snorkeling a parked automobile.

Police shot on the tires and in the end stopped the ambulance through ramming the automobile.

The person stated in courtroom that he didn’t intend to kill any person through using recklessly however had to shipping 50 litres of liquid narcotics to cancel a 50,000 kroner (€5,100) drug debt, consistent with Norwegian media.

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