100 detained for possible drug use near Jordan River

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May 23, 2010 09:50

 
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Bet Shean police detained 100 people on suspicion of drug use late Saturday, of which 70 were taken in for questioning.

The arrests were part of a coordinated police campaign targeting holiday makers attending a festival at the Huga Gardens near the Jordan river.


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