Several people detained for breaching State of Emergency. | A. Sepulveda


Two teenagers aged 17 and 19 were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly stoning a house in Palma.

Both suspects had previously been denounced for breaking the confinement restrictions.

A total of seven people were arrested by different Police Forces in Majorca for breaching the State of Emergency.

A 45-year-old man was detained after he was caught smoking a cigar on a bench in Plaza d’España. It was the fourth time he had been cited.

Hours later, a 49 years old, who also has a history of breaching the State of Emergency, was detained by Local Police for drinking in the middle of the street.

National Police arrested a second couple in the Son Gotleu area of Palma who took them on a high speed car chase through the streets of Palma, skipping two red lights before grinding to a halt after hitting a parked vehicle. Police say the suspect had been sanctioned four times in the last few weeks.


And a man was arrested in Maó, after he allegedly lied to Police claiming he was taking his dog to the vet, but he was 3 kilometres from home and when Officers checked his story they found out him out.