Teens try to rob mayor of Nazereth on way to shul

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
May 3, 2006 22:33

 
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Police arrested arrested juveniles aged 12-17 on Wednesday evening, after they tried to rob the mayor of Upper Nazereth on his way to the synagogue. All four admitted to being involved in the incident. Meanwhile, in the neighboring city of Nazereth a 14-year-old arrived at the local English school suffering from stab wounds in his shoulder. According to the youth, he was stabbed during a fight with his friend. The identity of the friend was made known to police, who planned to arrest him later in the day.

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