Dror Alperon arrested in Herzliya

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
June 4, 2006 00:39

 
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Dror Alperon, the son of alleged crime family leader Ya'acov Alperon, had his second brush with the law over the weekend, as the 19-year-old IDF soldier was accused of handing his army-issue weapon to his personal bodyguard. Alperon's bodyguard allegedly accompanied Dror Alperon to a club early Saturday morning, where he cleared the way for Alperon while brandishing a loaded M-16 rifle. Police volunteers summoned police detectives, who arrested Alperon, his 32-year-old bodyguard and another man in his 20s who was accompanying them. After being questioned, Alperon was released with restriction.

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