3 questioned for allegedly slashing police tires

By YIGAL GRAYEFF
March 19, 2006 17:32

 
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Three people were questioned on Sunday for allegedly slashing the tires of the deputy police commander in charge of coordination and relations in the Binyamin area. The officer discovered the damage to his car after overseeing Palestinians plowing their land in the Adiad region. Judea and Samaria spokesman Supt. Moshe Fintzy said the suspects were Jews but declined to provide further details. "It's still under investigation," he said. Police picked up the three people after receiving intelligence and were interrogating them at Binyamin police station.

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