Pizzeria owner arrested on suspicion of drugging police officers

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May 22, 2015 10:04

 
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Police arrested a resident of Holon in his twenties on Thursday on suspicion of drugging several police officers.

The suspect is the owner of a pizzeria and was arrested on suspicion of having added drugs to a pie that was served to police officers. The officers felt sick and were taken to the hospital for treatment.

During interrogation, the suspect admitted to adding drugs to the pizza, police said. The suspect is to be brought to the Tel Aviv courthouse on Friday morning.

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