The Local Police of Manacor has stopped in the early hours of this Wednesday a 51-year-old man for a crime of gender-based violence to his partner and to her, aged 38, for a crime of ill-treatment in the family after setting the male's vehicle on fire in which both were circulating after an argument.
As reported by sources of the National Police to Europa Press, the events took place in the Street Historian Gabriel Fuster of Manacor at two in the morning on Wednesday when a couple began a discussion in which the woman told the agents that the male had assaulted her, causing a slight injury to the neck area.
Later, she sprinkled gasoline inside the vehicle and, according to the police, set fire to a cigarette paper and then throw it into the tourist, inside which was the man, who suffered first degree burns on the right arm and on the wrist. For its part, the vehicle has been completely burned and the flames caused damage to another tourist parked in the area.
At the scene of the events were deployed two firefighters to put down the fire and members of the National Police, who proceeded to arrest both with the Local Police of Manacor. She is charged with the crime of attempted homicide and damages while the male is charged with a crime of gender violence.
Also, police sources have detailed to Europa Press that the couple had a few weeks of emotional relationship and that no member had a criminal record.