Two indicted for driving dangerously in bid to escape cops

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April 30, 2012 12:40

 
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The Northern District Attorney served an indictment on Monday against two men from Dabburiya east of Nazareth, charging them with maliciously endangering life on a traffic route.

According to the indictment, earlier this month Murad Atrash, aged 22 and 20 year old Muhammad Ibrahim drove at high speed in order to evade a police patrol car who had given chase to their vehicle.

A year ago, the Nazareth Juvenile Court had banned Atrash from driving.

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