A total of 19 members of the Central Sulawesi Police Mobile Brigade were wounded in the assault incident Biau Sector Police Headquarters, District of Buol, Tuesday (08/31/2010) night.
"As of Wednesday morning, victims of police officers wounded during the incident has reached 19 people," said police chief Amin Litarso AKBP Buol was contacted from Palu, Wednesday (09/01/2010) morning.
He said the injured 19 members of Mobile Brigade who are generally exposed to throwing stones, sharp weapon slashes, and Molotov cocktails from the raging masses.
Injuries suffered by the soldiers were generally not severe Brimob except one whose body was burned after Molotov cocktails hit the attackers.
Besides injuring 19 members of Mobile Brigade, Police Chief Litarso Amin said the action also caused damage in the front office Mapolsek Biau.
Some attribute the police, such as motor operations and uniforms in Central Public Places (BTU) Buol also become targets of mass amok. "At that location, three of the four members of the BTU's motor burned, and one other motor was damaged," he said.
He says, until Wednesday morning, thousands of people who had invaded Mapolsek Biau was no longer visible, but efforts to Polsek-Polsek coordination is still being done to monitor developments in the field.
Police also confirmed the existence of Amin Litarso residents sweeping effort to police members, both in the dorm or at other locations.
"I also received information that some residents in the Village Lakea blockaded roads into the city to deter Buol BKO troops who want to enter the territory of Buol," Amin said Litarso.
In the attack on Mapolsek Biau riots that killed five civilians allegedly shot the police that attempted due to disperse the mass.
"We expect the police reinforcements Tolitoli obstructed in any way with the timber that is stored along the way. Because there is no mobile phone signal, we had difficulty monitoring their progress during the trip," said Amin Litarso.
Assault incidents associated with death of a prisoner named Kashmir Timumun Biau Police on Monday afternoon.
The family suspected the deaths of Kashmir Timumun, Leok Village II residents who worked as a motorcycle, due to police persecution.
Kashmir was arrested for a traffic accident case involving a member of the police in that city, but on Monday he was killed in custody.
In the aftermath of his death, Tuesday night at around 21:30 pm, thousands of citizens came to avenge the Mapolsek Biau in Kali Village and adjacent to the Regents Office Buol.
Police officers issued a warning shot into the air to control the masses, but the mass of increasingly violent attackers.