Police in Košice arrest a Pole and Romanian for attack on a Scotsman

According to information provided to the TASR newswire by Jana Mesárová, the Košice Regional Police Directorate spokesperson, the police have pressed charges against a 33-year-old Polish national and a 29-year-old Romanian national for causing injuries and rowdiness.

According to information provided to the TASR newswire by Jana Mesárová, the Košice Regional Police Directorate spokesperson, the police have pressed charges against a 33-year-old Polish national and a 29-year-old Romanian national for causing injuries and rowdiness.

The two men reportedly attacked the 36-year Scot following a quarrel at a guest house in Kosice on Sunday, causing injuries that will require 42 days of medical treatment.

"The men have been charged without being taken into custody. If convicted, they could face prison sentences of up to two years," said the police spokesperson.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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