Report: Foreign worker arrested for drugging elderly couple

By JPOST.COM STAFF, ARMY RADIO
November 22, 2011 12:54

 
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Police on Tuesday arrested a foreign worker suspected of drugging the elderly couple for whom he worked, according to Army Radio.

The affair was discovered when the couple's son installed cameras in their Ramat Gan apartment after he became suspicious at his mother's recent hospitalizations. The cameras captured the suspect placing sleeping pills in the elderly couple's food, according to the report.

The worker is from Nepal and is in his 30s.

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