Conflict over regulatory enforcement: A video was circulated on social media today (Wednesday) showing the members of the municipal enforcement unit in Herzliya and the police forces, in the midst of a confrontation with business owners who apparently acted in violation of the Corona guidelines. All those involved were arrested and an investigation was opened into the matter.
The police said that the incident occurred during the enforcement of the purple character in the city center by the municipal police forces, and that in the afternoon a report was recorded by a municipal inspector to a business owner on Ben Gurion Street, for violating regulations.
Documentation of the conflict in Herzliya (Photo: social networks)
It was also reported that the same business received a warning that morning from the police forces due to non-compliance with the instructions. It was also noted that the business owner was told that there would be a re-inspection of the place at 4pm. When the forces arrived at the business and realized that nothing had changed, they wrote a report to the business owner.
At this point the inspectors continued to inspect nearby businesses, but then brothers of the business owner in question arrived and began confronting the two inspectors and the police officer in a violent manner documented by passers-by who witnessed the incident.
During the incident, one of the brothers threatened the police on the spot and in response was arrested for making threats. When he was transferred to a mobile, the two other brothers also started attacking the law enforcement officers. As mentioned, all those involved in the incident were arrested and taken for questioning at the police station.
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