Indictment filed against woman who attacked daughter's peers

April 25, 2010 12:19


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An indictment was filed on Sunday to the Nazareth District Court against a 39-year-old woman who is accused of attacking two girls with whom her daughter had quarreled and threatening them at gunpoint.

According to the charge sheet, the woman entered her daughter's elementary school with a gun and approached the two girls following a discussion with the school principal concerning the quarrel. She then pushed the girls against the wall and hit one of them on the head with the gunbarrel.

The woman was charged with threatening the girls and causing them injury and trauma, as well as weapons-related offences.

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