Top mafia kingpin Domrani arrested in latest police organized crime sweep

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November 9, 2013 21:29

 
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Police on Saturday night arrested southern Israel mob kingpin Shalom Domrani along with six of his men on Saturday night, in the latest in a wave of arrests of organized crime figures.

Police said his organization was suspected of extorting a number of people in the southern city of Netivot.

Authorities gave no further details of the case but said that the seven suspects, including Domrani, would be brought for a remand extension at the Rishon Letzion Magistrate Court on Sunday afternoon.
 

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