On January 4, two Georgian professional boxers were sentenced to a six-month suspended sentence on Tuesday after stealing two Apple Mobile Stores in the Ronny Jungle city of Seine-San Dany province in the Paris region and the city of Velizi in the province of Evelyn.
On December 30, two men of Georgian descent, aged 31 and 32, came to Apple's mobile phone store at the Velizi Mall, where he was responsible for \"looking at the wind,\" with Apple brand accessories such as touchpads, stylus and mouse sneaking into his coat pocket. The incident was discovered by security in the store and was intercepted and handed over to police.
Police investigators seized more than 1000 euros worth of stolen items from another apple store in ronnie jungle. When questioned, they initially falsely claimed that the items had been purchased from Germany, but later confessed to having stolen them. Belka said he didn't know why his brother was stealing these things either.\" Maybe he wanted to give them to the girls, maybe he wanted to use them himself, but I shouldn't have driven him to the shops. \".
On the 2nd of this month, two defendants were tried at Versailles court in Evelyn province. \"It's the first time I've done something like this, I'm a professional athlete who has to take part in a boxing match in Georgia at the end of the month and I'm often going across Europe and I'm ashamed of this.\"
Ambrose is known to be a medium-weight boxer and has played 27 professional fights; Berka has played 14 timepieces over a 10-year career. Ambrose says he has a professional contract but earns only $500 a month. In addition to their career as boxers, they run the car business in georgia, visiting markets in europe and visiting the netherlands and belgium before coming to france.
Defence lawyers for the two defendants said their client was committed to boxing and that the two cases were not organised gang crime and were more of a travel accident. In view of the fact that the two accused have no record, the Office of the Prosecutor also wishes to proceed lightly. The judge eventually sentenced the defendant to a six-month suspended sentence. (Overseas Network - Paris-Ruja)