Tel Aviv: 4 policemen injured in clash with youths

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
June 17, 2006 17:51

Four police officers were lightly injured when they were attacked by stone-throwing party-goers in Tel Aviv's southern train station on Saturday. Police received information that a large group of youths had broken through the fence surrounding the station and were holding a party at the facility. Patrolmen who arrived on the scene asked the youths to leave. In response, they were pelted with a hail of rocks, wounding four officers. Four suspects were arrested and taken for questioning. They will be brought before the Tel Aviv Magistrates' Court for remand extension on Saturday evening.


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