Father, son remanded for attacking cab driver

March 9, 2006 14:36

The Acre Magistrate's Court extended on Thursday afternoon the remand of a father and his son by five days for allegedly attacking a cab driver. The father and son, 24, allegedly attacked a cab driver in a dispute over a fare in Nahariya overnight Thursday. The son reportedly stabbed the driver in the neck and stomach. The two allegedly turned violent after the cab driver charged NIS 13 and they said they were only willing to pay NIS 10. The driver was in moderate condition at a hospital in Nahariya.

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