Motorcyclist runs over, lightly injures traffic policeman

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 25, 2010 22:08

 
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A motorcyclist who was stopped by traffic police in Ramat Gan skidded across the road and ran over the policeman who had signaled for him to stop, causing light injuries.

The offender fled the scene on foot, but was caught following a police chase. Following his arrest, 23 pills suspected to be a drug of some kind were found on his person. Police also discovered that his license had been revoked.

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