Rabat - A member of the Spanish police has been accused of killing a Moroccan on Monday by shooting him in the head five times.
Rabat – A member of the Spanish police has been accused of killing a Moroccan on Monday by shooting him in the head five times.
The officer’s BMV and the 39-year-old victim’s Opel Zafira collided on the A3 highway leading to the Spanish town of Fuentiduena de Tajo.
After the incident, a verbal altercation between the two drivers, led the officer to fire his gun at the victim’s head five times.
When the two arrived at a hospital, the medical staff was not able to save the Moroccan. The 31-year-old officer sustained minor injuries and it expected to recover.
The policeman has been a member of the Guardia Civil for 10 years and his currently being held in the custody of the police in a Spanish city called Quintana de la Orden.
The deceased man resided in Illescas, a town southwest of Madrid.