It is the death of an inmate who has unleashed the clashes. Sunday evening, residents of the city of Reynerie, Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), violently clashed with the police, reports The Dispatch . The violence began around 8 pm with projectile throwing. Several cars were burned and lights were lit on the roadway. Firefighters struggled to access the neighborhood that had been cordoned off. Around 10 pm, a delegate of the police union SGP-FO explained to the local daily that there were “clashes in progress, throwing projectiles but for now no injuries”. Reinforcements were sent to the scene and a police helicopter flew over the area. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, a man in his thirties, from La Reynerie, died at Seysses prison. Without knowing the circumstances, it was his death that would have angered the neighborhood youth. Classified as a priority security zone, the district of the Reynerie is regularly the scene of violence, as last August, when a man disguised as a woman shot dead a person at the Kalashnikov .