Police: Drugs found among revelers at festival

Police have questioned 68 minors on suspicion of using drugs during the Barashit Festival taking place at the Dugit beach on the shore of Lake Kinnere

By DAVID RUDGE
October 20, 2005 22:17

 
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Police have questioned 68 minors on suspicion of using drugs during the Barashit Festival taking place at the Dugit beach on the shore of Lake Kinneret. Police from the Tiberias station reported that files had been opened in all the cases and the matter was being handled by the juvenile department. In a separate incident, 19 minors from the Migdal Ha'emek area have been arrested on suspicion of drug dealing, possession of drugs and handling stolen property.

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