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In Las Vegas, the police busted a man for possession of pot based off of his own YouTube videos. Going off of a tip, the police found videos where the man bragged about his illegal marijuana, provided weekly updates about his pot crop, and even describes his operation down to the light set up and number of plants. While YouTube may be good for some businesses to advertise, it may not be a good idea for a pot grower!
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Atlantic City is tired of people using toy guns and pretending that they are real in the commission of a crime. To combat this, late last night a new ordinance bans the sale and possession of an imitation firearm (toy gun) unless it is a bright color and clearly indicates that it is not real. I guess we are going to see a lot more hot pink guns in AC now!
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In Florida, a cleaning woman discovered a man sleeping on a bed inside a victim's home with a bag of jewelry next to him. She called the police and when they showed up, the burglar was still sleeping, so the police took a photo first and then arrested him for burglary.
If you are that tired, maybe you shouldn't break into someone's house!
A man texted and called his ex-girlfriend 21,807 times over a 10 month period because he wanted to either get payment for work he did to her apartment or a thank you. The man was fined $1300 and sentenced to 4 months in jail. He admits it was not the brightest thing he has ever done.
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As part of a senior thesis at Columbia University, an art student is carrying around a dorm-sized mattress until her alleged rapist no longer attends the school. The student states that she was raped in her dorm room and is upset that her alleged rapist is not expelled from the school. The student said she was raped the first day of her sophomore year in college. She later found out that two other students made similar complaints against the same student. Each time the matter was reviewed by the school, the school determined that the alleged rapist was not responsible for the allegations.
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