Beit Shemesh woman suspected of indecent acts with minors

By ABE SELIG
March 8, 2010 16:14

 
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A 28 year-old Beit Shemesh woman was arrested on Monday on suspicion of engaging in indecent acts with a number of minors over the past two months, a Jerusalem police spokesman said.

The woman, whom police said was likely mentally ill, was thought to have threatened her victims with a knife, although during her initial questioning the woman said that the minors had consented to the acts.

Some of the minors, police added, were being interviewed by workers from the Welfare and Social Services Ministry. The woman's remand was extended for four days, until Friday, pending the ongoing investigation. 


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