‘Man sexually assaulted disabled kids’

February 12, 2016 00:07


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 A western Galilee man is suspected of sexually assaulting physically disabled children in their school bus, Northern District police said Thursday. The suspect, a resident of a western Galilee Arab village in his 40s, was employed was a bus chaperon. He was arrested earlier this week.

In December, police announced the arrest of a 55-yearold bus driver from Kalansua who allegedly sexually assaulted at least 15 schoolgirls aged 10 and 11. Police said he would call the girls to the front of the bus using the intercom, and then fondle them.

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