Court extends remand of Abu Gosh kindergarten teacher by 4 days

Court extends remand of

October 9, 2009 15:15


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Jerusalem's Magistrate's Court on Friday extended by four days the remand of a kindergarten teacher from Abu Gosh who was arrested on Thursday for suspected negligence in the death of a 5-year-old boy who she apparently forgot in her locked car for several hours. The woman allegedly picked up the boy in the morning but forgot him in her car instead of bringing him into the kindergarten with her, realizing he was still in the vehicle only in the afternoon. According to police, she then returned to the car, removed the unconscious boy from the vehicle, and left the scene with her assistant kindergarten teacher. Abe Selig contributed to this report

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