Police crack down on rock throwing in the North

January 10, 2009 19:59


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Amakim Police arrested five people for a number of rock throwing incidents in the North on Saturday. In Nazareth Illit, officers pursued and apprehended two suspects aged 13 and 14 who threw rocks in the area. Earlier, police dispatched Special Patrol Officers to the village of Kfar Kana after receiving reports of youths throwing rocks at passing vehicles on the main road. Four masked youths, aged 13, 16, 17, and 18 were arrested. Police have vowed to deal with public order offenses linked to the Gaza War "in an uncompromising manner."

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