Court extends remand of soccer team manager suspected of running over police officer

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November 28, 2014 12:11

 
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The Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court extend the remand until Sunday of Hapoel Petah Tikva manager Ofer Zabari, who is suspected of striking a female police officer in a hit-and-run in Bat Yam Thursday.

According to Channel 2, the presiding judge of a hearing on Friday said police had collected evidence that provides a reasonable suspicion that the offense are attributable to the 54-year-old, therefore his time in custody was extended.



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