Three stabbings over the weekend in the Dan region

2 in TA, 1 in Holon.

March 22, 2010 01:44
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A fight over a table at a Tel Aviv restaurant Saturday evening led to the stabbing of a 28-year-old man by a second man in his 20s.

The incident occurred at the Moses restaurant on Tel Aviv’s Rehov Dizengoff, when the two men began arguing over who should get a table that had become available.

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As the argument became more intense, the suspect produced a knife and stabbed the other man, moderately wounding him, police said.

The victim was rushed to Ichilov Medical Center. Police arrested the suspect at the scene.

The suspect’s custody was extended by the Tel Aviv Magistrate’s Court on Saturday evening.

In Holon on Saturday, a 21-year-old man was stabbed with a broken bottle in a public park. Police have arrested a 23-year-old suspect. Both men were drunk, police said.

On Sunday morning, a Sudanese national who travelled to Eilat for the weekend returned to his apartment in Tel Aviv and discovered a burglary in progress.

The burglary suspect, also a Sudanese national, was confronted by the first man, and a fight ensued, during which the men stabbed one another. They were taken by paramedics to Ichilov Medical Center.

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