Teens crash into parked cars in attempt to flee cops

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May 3, 2010 17:46

 
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Two teens aged 18 and 19 were arrested on Monday after getting into a scuffle with police near Nazareth after they were asked to stop the car.

The incident began to unfold when the youths - a driver and a female passenger - refused to stop, crashing into two parked cars in their attempt to drive away from the policemen. They later tried to stab the cops using screws that they had in their possession.

Eventually, the policemen overpowered the youths and arrested them. They later discovered that the driver was not licensed to driver.

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