Archive for the ‘police criminality’ tag
A reporter for the Maariv newspaper filmed police vehicles parked in a disabled-only parking space near the Rishon LeZion police station. One of the police officers cited the reporter for obstruction to traffic, although the reporter claims that there was no traffic in the street during that time.
Yosef Gruper, an investigator from the Zvulun Police Station, stole 11,000 Shekels from the station and was sentenced to one year in jail.
(Hebrew - News1)
A detective and an intelligence coordinator in the Ayalon district Police (center of Israel) were indicted in the Petach Tikva court for a conspiracy to commit a crime, breaking and entering into a residence, theft, breach of trust, obstructing justice and illegal possession of weapons. The indictment states that the two police officers were appointed to secure a criminal collaborating with the police as an informant. During this period the two are claimed to have conspired to break into the apartment of the father-in-law of one of the officers and steal the content of a safe box. The officers, together with two other criminals, are charged with stealing €46,000, ₤586, jewelery and a gun.
Several years ago, the Police Department asked local authorities to refrain from issuing parking citations to illegally parked police vehicles.
The city of Tel-Aviv-Yaffo knowingly and deliberately refrains from issuing parking tickets to police cruisers which park illegally.
An indictment has been served in the Tel-Aviv Magistrate’s Court against Border Guard officers Matan Nahmani and Pinhas Yonatanov, who are charged with stealing 500 dollars from a Sudanese refugee while conducting a body search on him in the old central bus station in Tel-Aviv.
A Police officer who admitted that he was an associate manager of a brothel in Tel-Aviv, and even drove the women who worked there to the customers, shall not be prosecuted due to “lack of public interest. ”