Im Funkwagen unterwegs mit den Streifenpolizisten Ronald Schüler (mit Dreitagebart) und Dirk Zollondz vom Polizeiabschnitt 21 in Berlin-Spandau, aufgenommen am 27. November 2015 für MEHR BERLIN. Foto: Kitty Kleist-Heinrich

In Berlin-Mitte, two men attacked and injured each other with glass bottles on Saturday night. As a police spokesman announced on Saturday morning, there was mutual bodily harm at about three o’clock in the passage between James Simon Park and Monbijou Park near Museum Island. Two men suffered cuts from glass bottles. According to the police, a man was taken to the hospital. The “B.Z” had previously reported on the incident.

There was again unacceptable noise in both parks during the night, around 200 to 300 people were there, the police spokesman said.

The police also had to move out to James Simon Park last weekend. After pyrotechnics were set off there on Sunday night, the officials asked the approximately 100 people who were staying there to leave the park.

The night before, the officials were on duty at the park when, according to the police, around 300 people were there. There were several dangerous injuries, two men came to the hospital, it said.

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