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Worried that her methamphetamine was contaminated, an Iowa woman drove to police headquarters and asked cops to check her stash for the Coronavirus. 53-year-old Shawn Salmen arrived at the Sioux City Police Department Sunday afternoon and reportedly admitted to officers that she recently used meth, which appeared obvious since the paranoid Salmen was sweating profusely and acting erratically. While speaking with police, Salmen “was requesting officers to check her narcotics for the COVID-19 Virus,” a criminal complaint states. During a subsequent pat down of Salmen and a search of her truck, cops recovered 14.4 grams of meth, marijuana, and “a large amount of drug paraphernalia.” Salmen, who lives in Sioux City, was arrested on a pair of felony narcotics charges and a misdemeanor pot possession count. She was released Tuesday from the Woodbury County jail after posting $25,000 bond. (https://bit.ly/2x8MBjY)
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In a historic first caused by the Coronavirus, The Supreme Court is going to allow a live audio broadcast of their court session for six days in May.
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Star Wars was expected to be a flop. The original 1977 Star Wars had a budget of $8 million, which distributor 20th Century Fox was reluctant to give to director/writer George Lucas, so he accepted a lower salary in order to keep the budget. The movie went on to make $775 million around the world, and Disney picked up the entire franchise for $4 billion. For comparison, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which was released in 2017, had a reported budget of $317 million.
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Nine tourists who broke the lockdown order in the Indian town of Rishikesh were forced by police to write “I Am Sorry” 500 times before they were released from custody.(https://yhoo.it/2xqUfpU)
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A supermarket shopper was spotted appearing to wear underwear on her head as a makeshift coronavirus face mask. Jared Richter and his wife Jennifer had been food shopping at supermarket in Coconut Creek, Florida on Tuesday when they spotted the woman's quirky attempt at staying safe while buying her groceries. As she prepared to get out of the car, 44-year-old Jennifer “froze and started cracking up” after noticing the beige underwear stretched across the customer's head. The woman can be seen packing away her shopping and returned her trolley - completely unfazed by the couple staring at her from across the car park. Jared's video has now been viewed more than 35,000 times and attracted more than 380 reactions - as social media users laugh at another bizarre attempt to solve the face mask shortage. (http://dailym.ai/2JYPeY7)
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A Fort Pierce woman claimed the wind blew cocaine into her purse after being busted for drug possession ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2TfdxDp)
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