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Passengers shooting from the window at dogs: A resident of the north has been charged with attempted animal abuse - Walla! news

2021-11-16T19:39:08.761Z

The indictment states that the 48-year-old tried to shoot dogs at Beit Jann, after he suspected that they had killed sheep and goats in his pen. In the documentation of the incident, the man was seen conducting a chase in a vehicle throughout the settlement, when his son took his upper body out of the window and fired 10 bullets.



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Passengers shooting from window at dogs: A northern resident has been charged with attempted animal abuse

The indictment states that the 48-year-old tried to shoot dogs at Beit Jann, after he suspected that they had killed sheep and goats in his pen.

In the documentation of the incident, the man was seen conducting a chase in a vehicle throughout the settlement, when his son took his upper body out of the window and fired 10 bullets.

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Eli Ashkenazi

Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 9:30 p.m.

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In the video: A father and son shoot at dogs in Beit Jen (Walla system!)

A 48-year-old resident of Beit Jann was accused a few days ago of shooting at dogs in his area of ​​residence.

The indictment was filed at the end of the police investigation, which became known about the incident that occurred about three weeks ago, and was recorded on security cameras.

The documentation shows a vehicle traveling after dogs, and a person shooting from it in the middle of the day.



The investigation reveals that several days before the shooting, the defendant found a number of dead sheep and goats, and believed that the reason was stray dogs arriving at the scene.

Then, when he arrived at the pen in the morning, he again saw a dead goat as well as two dogs walking around the pen.

He and his son, who was with him, equipped themselves with a rifle they held without a license, got into the car and began chasing the dogs through the streets of the settlement.



The chase, which took place in the vehicle, took place inside a residential area.

When the defendant caught up and built the fleeing dogs, the son took his upper body out of the vehicle and started firing at them.

He fired ten bullets that did not hit the dogs, all inside a residential neighborhood, in a shooting that also endangered humans.

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The shooting was carried out from a vehicle traveling in the locality.

Documentation of the event (Photo: screenshot, no)

The investigation team acted to detect those involved and collected findings from the scene of the incident, and later arrested the defendant, without his son.

At the end of the police investigation, the material was transferred to the Haifa District Attorney's Office, which filed an indictment against the suspect for carrying and transporting weapons, shooting in a residential area and attempted abuse.



Following the incident, the police said that "we will continue to act to prevent offenses of animal abuse that are sometimes committed by criminals cruelly and without compassion and will bring the suspects to justice."

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