Police hold man suspected of vandalizing judge's car tires

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March 1, 2010 11:54

 
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Police on Monday arrested a man suspected of vandalizing the car tires of Jerusalem Magistrate Court Judge Anna Schneider.

The man is also suspected of vandalizing the car of the court’s registrar, Uri Toni.

The suspect was apprehended after he was captured by security cameras in the parking lot where Schneider’s car was located.

Police believe he was trying to take revenge following a ruling she had made against him.

The suspect, 50 years old, denied all charges but police found tools in his car tying him to the incident.

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