Father of soldier takes her gun and threatens neighbors

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 18, 2010 12:33

 
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Army radio reported Friday that a 41 year old Afula father stole his daughters gun while she was on leave from the army and used it to intimidate people in the area.

Police officers were called to the scene Thursday night to control the man who was intoxicated.

After an initial investigation it became clear the suspect has a history of violent threats towards members of his family.

The man will be brought in front of a judge on Friday in Nazereth.

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