Police: Man 'tried to throw girlfriend out of window'

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June 17, 2012 15:39

 
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Police arrested a 32-year-old suspect on Sunday after seeing him attempting to throw his girlfriend out of the window. The Netanya police station received a call from a neighbor who said he saw a man trying to hurl a woman in a town just outside of Netanya.

A police patrol unit rushed to the scene, and officers spotted the suspect attempting to force the woman to mount the window ledge. Officers entered the apartment, and discovered broken glass on the floor. They found the woman suffering from injuries and in a state of fear in the home. A 32-year-old suspect was arrested on the spot. The man has denied suspicions against him.

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