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A man sent some illegal holiday cheer to a woman in jail and he ended up getting arrested himself. News outlets report 40-year-old Timothy Lee Snow sent the woman a Christmas card filled with drugs. County sheriff’s officials said that Bibb County Jail inmate Mary Beth Odum had told Snow over the phone how to put meth and other drugs into a card to send to her in jail. Deputies intercepted a contraband-filled card filled with methamphetamine and Suboxone and began investigating Snow. On January 9th, deputies followed Snow as he left his residence and found him with meth, Xanax, and a revolver. When they searched his home, deputies found more meth, Suboxone, marijuana, steroids, packing materials, a shotgun, and a rifle. Snow was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and giving an inmate drugs. Odum, who was already in jail, now faces additional charges including attempt to commit offenses pertaining to the possession of drugs. (https://bit.ly/36TtWF7)
Nearly a year after One Day at a Time was canceled, the series is returning. On Monday, Pop TV announced that the show’s fourth season will premiere on March 24. Filming for the new season begins next week. The reveal comes more than a year after Netflix canceled the show in March, 2019 shortly after the premiere of the third season.
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A Chinese air traveler attempted to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka in his checked bags. The man was arrested at a departure gate at Bandaranaike International Airport as he was trying to board his SriLankan Airlines flight to Guangzhou, China. The 30-year-old was detained and fined about $550. During questioning, the man admitted to illegally transporting animals from different countries to his home country for breeding and selling purposes. He said he traveled to various parts of Sri Lanka in search of scorpions, guided by information received from drivers of “tuk tuks,” or three-wheeled taxis. The man was eventually allowed to return home and his scorpions, which were neatly packed in plastic containers, were taken from him. Sunil Jayaratne, a spokesman for Sri Lanka’s customs department, told Geo TV the value of the scorpions hasn’t been determined and noted wildlife trafficking has become a “lucrative trade.” Officials indicated he might have been planning to extract venom from the arachnids once he returned to China. (https://wapo.st/36RqWta)
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