Israel indicts police detective for alleged sexual assault, harassment of minors

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December 24, 2014 19:32

The Police Investigations Department on Wednesday filed an indictment with the Haifa District Court against the police detective Aharon Naatchu for allegedly committing multiple sexual assault, harassment and extortion crimes against minors.

The indictment said that Naatchu, 33, who lives in the North and serves in the Tiberias police department, sexually assaulted a 13-year-old minor and of sexually assaulting several other minors.

He was arrested on December 16, following his pursuing minors also on Facebook, Kik, Skype and Whatsapp.

Over the summer, Naatchu allegedly seduced a 13-year-old girl, A.A, whose name is under gag order, via Facebook to meet with him and stripped and sexually assaulted her during their meeting, including forcing her to perform sexual acts on him.



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