Toshima-ku staff who threatened a business restaurant arrested on suspicion of obstruction of power operations May 22 21:34
In response to a declaration of a state of emergency due to the spread of the new coronavirus, an employee of the Toshima Ward Office was arrested on suspicion of obstructing power operations for threatening to “set fire” to a restaurant in Tokyo that had been in short-term business. It is believed to be an act called “self-imposed police”, which condemns the store to continue to operate, and the Metropolitan Police department is investigating it in detail.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, on The 14th of last month, two restaurants in Minami-Otsuka, Toshima-ku, Tokyo I’m going to set it on fire! A 63-year-old staff member of the Toshima Ward Office has been arrested on suspicion of obstruction of power operations for allegedly pasting cardboard.
These stores were in short business in response to a state of emergency declaration due to the spread of the new coronavirus, but were forced to temporarily suspend operations.
The Metropolitan Police said it had been identified by security camera investigations and other investigations, explaining that the officer had “done it with a false sense of justice because of the fear that the number of infected people was increasing.”
The official was released on 22 Nde after admitting the charges, and the Metropolitan Police department is conducting an arbitrary investigation.
As calls for self-imposed control continue over the new coronavirus continue, there has been a series of acts called self-imposed police, which are accused of shops continuing to operate on the Internet, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the actual damage.
Toshima Ward Mayor “Thorough Lyon”
Norio Takano, mayor of Toshima-ku, commented, “We will confirm the facts, deal with them strictly, and work to prevent recurrence by thoroughly enforcing the strict control of the staff.”