Teen allegedly admits to pushing friend off Netanya rooftop

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March 7, 2010 09:19

 
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Police plan on charging a number of youths with murder and attempted murder over an incident in which 16-year-old Sisai Ashato fell to his death from a roof of a high school in Netanya on Saturday. The development in the case was achieved as one of the teens admitted to pushing Ashato after inhaling gas from an air-conditioning device on the roof, police said.

The youths allegedly fled the scene after Ashato fell to his death but first notified the police. Four of his friends were arrested by police overnight while searches were ongoing in an attempt to find others who had fled the scene after the fall.

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