Israeli suspect in serial stabbings is indicted in US

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October 9, 2010 08:18

 
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Ohio — An Israeli man suspected in a string of stabbings across three US states was charged with attempted murder Friday in the stabbing of a church custodian in Ohio over the summer.

A grand jury indicted Elias Abuelazam and also charged him with felonious assault in the stabbing of Tony Leno, who was standing outside a church when a man asked for directions and then began stabbing him.

Abuelazam was arrested a few days later while trying to board a plane to Israel, his native country.

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