Three incidents of violence against police reported in North

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January 19, 2010 07:12

 
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Three incidents of violence against police occurred in the overnight Friday, apparently during routine nightly patrols.

A 58-year-old from Karmiel, 22-year-old from Old Acre and three Shfar’am residents – one of them a minor – were arrested on suspicion of misconduct against police.

Police will seek a remand extension on Saturday night.

In related news, shots were heard early Saturday in Givat Olga, apparently during the course of a feud between neighbors. No one was hurt and slight damage was caused.

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