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Monday, May 10, 2004


2 Israelis involved in chase now in federal custody

Ryder truckKNOXVILLE --Two Israeli men who led Unicoi County authorities on a high-speed chase in a rented moving truck have been turned over to federal immigration authorities.

Schmuel Dahan, 23, and Almaliach Naor, 19, both of Tel Aviv, were transferred to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after pleading guilty to state charges in Unicoi County Sessions Court. Dahan pleaded guilty to evading arrest, and Naor to possession of a fraudulent identification card.

Both men were sentenced to 30 days in jail, which was suspended since they are in the custody of federal authorities.

It appears there was no criminal activity and that the two men were in the United States on tourist visas but had jobs, a violation of immigration policy, Unicoi County Sheriff Kent Harris said.

The FBI has monitored the situation but not entered the case, FBI spokesman Gary Kidder said.

The pair were arrested May 8 after they led Harris on a two-mile chase on U.S. 23 near the North Carolina state line. Witnesses told authorities that a bottle was tossed from the truck during the pursuit.

Harris said the two men insisted that they did not throw a bottle from the truck.

A lawyer for the two men said they rented the truck to haul furniture and got lost when they got off Interstate 26.


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