Arrest of Modiin doctor suspected of raping 2 drugged women

July 20, 2010 11:37


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Police arrested a 46-year-old Mexican doctor in his Modiin home on Monday night on suspicion of using anesthetics to rape at least two women.

On July 11, police received a complaint from a 36-year-old woman who arrived at the Modiin police station and described meeting a suspect online, being drugged, and then raped. A second, similar complaint was filed in recent day by a second woman. 

Police traced the complaints to the doctor, who was in Israel to study to become an anesthetist, and arrested him. 

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