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A routine traffic stop in Glenpool, Oklahoma, took a strange turn after officers discovered meth and a baby squirrel. Police said that Heidi Kolteryahn was sitting in the passenger's seat when the vehicle was pulled over for speeding. Inside the car, officers found roughly one pound of methamphetamine along with scales and baggies. When they searched Kolteryahn's purse, they were shocked to find a baby squirrel along with a dropper of baby formula. She explained that she was caring for the squirrel after her son found it during a tree trimming job. Officers took her into custody on charges possession of wildlife during a closed season. It is unclear if Kolteryahn or the driver of the car were cited for the drugs. The squirrel was taken by the Oklahoma Game Warden and was brought to a state-certified rehabilitation agent. (https://ihr.fm/38AqBeq)
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A team of international researchers have concluded that the coronavirus has entirely natural origins through evolution. Public genome sequence data on COVID-19 show absolutely no indication that the virus was produced artificially or in a lab setting. Researchers from Columbia University, Scripps Research, the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Sydney worked on this project.
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Sweat doesn't actually stink. You might notice that any sweat you produce right after a shower doesn't smell so bad. That's because your sweat itself isn't stinky; it's the bacteria on your skin that breaks the sweat down that causes the odor. Additionally, you'll find that the sweat on your arms and legs doesn't smell as much as your armpits. That's because sweat glands in your armpits secrete more protein into a dark, damp environment—the perfect place and food for bacteria.
A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!
In Scotland two guys held up a worker at a store at knifepoint before making off with over $1,000. A brave witness followed the pair and gave police details about their car. It was was found outside one of the robbers’ mom’s home and seized the following day. The robber later called police to get it back, leading to him being identified.
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Authorities took an Oklahoma man into custody after he allegedly tried to use counterfeit money to purchase gift cards. Last Tuesday evening, officers were called to a CVS in reference to a man trying to make a purchase with counterfeit money. When officers arrived at the CVS, authorities took 22-year-old Jeremy Cooper into custody. According to an arrest affidavit, Cooper had several $100 bills in his hand and on his person that were counterfeit. “I personally examined the 26 $100 bills where I observed they were all not consistent in texture with a real $100 bill. Each bill also had the same serial number, and each bill displayed a Chinese symbol on the back,” the affidavit states. Cooper was arrested on two complaints of possession of a counterfeit instrument. (https://bit.ly/2TWVxS6)
FAKE NEWS.... OR FLORIDA?!
I read a headline and Heidi (and you) need to guess if the story is FAKE NEWS or something that really happened in the state of FLORIDA.
A Homestead man was arrested for cocaine possession and then got re-charged for eating a police car seat while he was in custody ….. FLORIDA (https://goo.gl/DHjMvX)
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