Former Handball Star Denis Buntic Arrested on Domestic Violence and Illegal Arms Possession Charges
Denis Buntic’s Detainment
Denis Buntic, a former player of the Croatian handball team and Pick Szeged, has been arrested in Ljubuski, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The 41-year-old is facing charges of domestic violence and possession of unauthorized firearms and explosive devices. During the arrest, police reportedly found several firearms and ammunition in his residence.
Charges and Prosecution’s Statement
The Bosnian prosecution has stated that Buntic was detained on suspicion of domestic violence and unauthorized possession of firearms and explosive devices. The prosecution argues that pre-trial detention was necessary due to the possibility that the accused might influence witnesses or repeat the illegal act. Buntic is known for playing for the Szeged team from 2016 to 2017.
Support Services for Victims of Violence
In light of this incident, it is important to reiterate the availability of support services for victims of violence or human trafficking. The National Crisis Management and Information Telephone Service can be reached toll-free at 06-80-20-55-20, and the Victim Support Line is available 24 hours a day at 06-80-225-225.
Assistance can also be sought in person at the nearest Victim Support Center. The NANE Association’s hotline for abused women and children can be reached toll-free at 06-80-505-101 every weekday between 18 and 22 hours, except Wednesdays.
The primary focus of this news is the arrest of former handball player Denis Buntic on charges of domestic abuse and possession of unauthorized weapons. The incident underscores the importance of providing support services for victims of violence or human trafficking. The availability of these support services is paramount in ensuring victims receive the necessary help and protection.
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