Dimona man stabbed to death in drunken brawl

The murder victim’s 50-year-old landlord was arrested hours after emergency services found the body.

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November 19, 2011 23:28
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Police car in Tel Aviv at night 311. (photo credit: Yoni Cohen)

 
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A 35-year-old man was stabbed to death in an apartment on Friday in Dimona in what police suspect was a fatal drunken brawl.

The murder victim’s 50-year-old landlord was arrested hours after emergency services found the body. A second suspect, an alleged acquaintance of the landlord, was also arrested in connection with the stabbing.

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Police had to wait for the men to sober up and began questioning them only on Saturday.

The Beersheba Magistrate’s Court extended the custody of both men by a week on Saturday night.

Meanwhile, in a separate deadly incident, police are continuing to investigate the shooting death of a 25-year-old man in Ashdod.

The gunshot victim, David Shicargi, was struck by bullets fired by a 17-year-old youth after the two entered into a physical confrontation over the terms of the purchase of a moped, police suspect.

The shooter told police he felt threatened by Shicargi, who arrived at his home with a second man, to allegedly demand a fee for the purchase.



The suspect’s custody was extended by the Beersheba Magistrate’s Court by a week.

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