Two men suspected of supplying deadly drugs

May 2, 2007 06:40


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Police arrested two men Tuesday night suspected of supplying deadly drugs to two girls, one of whom died as a result. 18-year-old Vered Toyel from Elad was found dead in an apartment in Ramat Hasharon Tuesday, apparently from a mixture of drugs. Her friend, a 19-year-old girl from Rosh Haayin, was taken to hospital unconscious and in critical condition. The two suspects, in their 40's, told police they were with the girls at a party on Monday night and that the girls took crystal and another drug. When the men awoke on Tuesday they realized the girls were in serious condition and called the ambulance. They were still being questioned Wednesday by the Gelilot Police.

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