State indicts soccer manager for series of alleged sex crimes

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December 26, 2014 02:00

 
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The Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office on Thursday filed an indictment with the Tel Aviv District Court against former manager of Hapoel Petah Tikva Ofer Tzabari for a series of suspected sex crimes involving minors.

At a Monday hearing, police said that Tzabari, charged with sexual assault, indecent acts, attacking a policeman, trying to escape custody and other crimes, is a dangerous man who “severely harmed” three youths aged 15.

The indictment stated that Tzabari used gifts, free trips to Eilat and letting players drive his car as inducements.

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