The Yisrael Beitenu bribery investigations are nearing the indictment of some 15 civil servants.
Israeli Police busted a massive coin counterfeiting operation in Rishon Le Zion. The outfit was led by five middle-aged Israelis.
Police announced the arrest of a man in Ramat Hasharon, whose basement housed some 650 marijuana plants. Another 10k plants were seized in the West Bank.
An IDF soldier has been indicted on charges of espionage for giving right-wing activists classified details of IDF and security operations in the West Bank.
In Ramle, police arrested a self-proclaimed magic man; In Rosh Ayin, a local man took extreme measures to pass his car inspection.
On Monday night the Israel Police finally unveiled their new 2.9 billion shekel academy.
Recipients of medical marijuana in Israel have been complaining at a fever pitch about a decline in the quality of the weed.
Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto plead guilty to bribing a high-ranking Israel Police official, Brig. Gen. Ephraim Bracha.
Small-scale marijuana growers in Tel Aviv who keep the plant on a windowsill run the risk of being arrested; iPhone password prevents investigation.
Two recent crimes affected the Shefla region: one with idiotic attention-seeking intentions, the other a horrific on-going investigation.