Beit Shemesh teen sexual molester violates parole

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
November 7, 2005 14:57
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A 15-year-old Israeli teen placed under house arrest for allegedly sexually molesting three children aged four to nine was rearrested Sunday after breaking the terms of his parole, police said Monday. The teenage suspect, a resident of Beit Shemesh who cannot be named because he is a minor, was first apprehended last week for abusing the children, members of the same family, whom he knew for the last several months. Police said that he had confessed to the charges against him. A Jerusalem court had placed the alleged teen molester under house arrest in northern Israel, but the suspect subsequently broke the terms of his release, and was rearrested Sunday.



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