On the evening of Sunday May 8, Yannick Alléno lost his son, Antoine. He was only 24 years old and he was hit by a driver in the middle of Paris. After stealing a vehicle from a luxury restaurant in the capital’s 7th arrondissement, the driver got into the young man’s scooter, stopped at a red light and also hit a taxi. According to Le Figaro, the chief’s son died instantly and his passenger was taken to hospital. The manager, Francky D, is 24 years old and has been indicted for “homicide and involuntary injuries” as revealed by Le Parisien this Wednesday, May 11. The media also specifies that the “prosecution and the examining magistrate demanded his placement in pre-trial detention”. First heard by the police, Francky D assured not to remember anything. “He was so drunk that he is unable to remember precisely the conditions under which he caused this tragedy,” the newspaper revealed. In addition, he tested positive for the alcohol test but also for narcotics.
The facts took place this Sunday, May 8. It all started with a “fairly rare theft, in front of a Peruvian restaurant, located rue du Bac”, revealed the Parisian. Indeed, Francky D presented himself to the valet working for the establishment and gave him the ticket to recover his car, a black Audi RS6. Once the keys in hand, he quickly fled and spun through the streets of Paris until he collided with Antoine Alléno’s scooter and a taxi. Just after the shock, Francky D again tried to escape before being caught by a commissioner who was not on duty at the time. Antoine Alléno was accompanied by a woman, who suffers from multiple bruises. She was quickly taken “to the Cochin hospital in Paris (XIVe) but her vital prognosis was not engaged,” said the Parisian. The taxi driver would not have “had any physical injuries but was hospitalized as a precaution”. A terrible drama.
Francky D: was he known to the police?
An investigation was quickly opened and the police were able to discover that Francky D was known to social services. “For several offences, in particular traffic offenses but also a case of violence”, revealed the Parisian before adding that he was also targeted by a “search sheet for a prison sentence which he had not served. “. He had been taken into police custody and should be transferred and remanded in custody. An investigation for “aggravated manslaughter” had been opened by the Paris prosecutor’s office.
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