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According to an arrest report, after police found a scale and bags containing white and brown substances in his backpack, a Florida Man claimed that he was carrying “a bag of sugar and a bag of corn starch to bake a cake.” Investigators say that 30-year-old ex-con Jethro Geneus was a passenger in a Honda that was pulled over by Port St. Lucie cops around 3:00 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. Geneus was removed from the car after officers determined that he was the subject of an outstanding arrest warrant. A subsequent search of a backpack that was at Geneus’s feet on the front floorboard revealed “two large bags of a white and brown substance.” Geneus said that the seized substances were actually ingredients for a cake to be baked. However, a field test revealed that both substances--which weighed a combined two-thirds of a pound--contained Ecstasy. In addition to a narcotics trafficking count, he was charged with introducing contraband into a detention facility after he allegedly dropped a bag of meth while in custody at the county jail. (https://bit.ly/3nh1FzU)
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Katie Couric is going to host “Jeopardy” this week. (https://bit.ly/3s64k2O)
Parents around the country are excited now that the children’s show Caillou has been canceled. (https://bit.ly/3pZiS2q)
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The Sun is reporting that a mystery triangle shape has been spotted inside a secret hangar at Area 51. (https://bit.ly/3bhIp2J)
FUN FACT FOR YOU:
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The longest English word is 189,819 letters long
We won’t spell it out here (though you can read it here), but the full name for the protein nicknamed titin would take three and a half hours to say out loud.
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Scientists in England say antidepressant use has soared in the country during the past year. https://bit.ly/38b8nmJ
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to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, a Florida man who rode his
airboat through the streets of his neighborhood on New Year’s Eve
threatened to kill deputies as they were taking him into custody.
Deputies said they were called to Mimosa Avenue around 11:30 p.m.
Thursday and saw a man, later identified as 40-year-old Joseph
Prohaska, riding an airboat on the streets before pulling it into a
yard. A public information officer said Prohaska knocked over trash
cans and was shooting off fireworks during the incident. As deputies
were on scene, they said Prohaska turned the airboat on and started
to rev the engine “to cause a disturbance and mock law
enforcement.” Prohaska was then placed under arrest but began
making threats when deputies also tried to take his father into
custody, telling them, “I will kill you if you hurt him.” He is
facing charges of disorderly conduct and making threats to a law
enforcement officer. (https://bit.ly/35bVO90)
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say that a British man tried to sneak a samosa into jail by hiding it
between his buttocks. West Midlands Police said discovering the fried
pastry was one of the most unusual incidents of 2020. “We’ve had
a few odd incidents,” Inspector Manj Ahir told the website. “One
that sticks in my mind was a man found with a samosa secreted between
his buttocks during a search.” The hungry detainee apparently acted
out of fear that he wouldn’t be able to get any decent food after
being arrested. “He said he wanted to sneak it into the cell as a
snack as he’d didn’t think the food was up to much,” Ahir said.
The cop quipped: “He’d obviously not read our positive
Tripadvisor reviews!” (https://bit.ly/3pPe9jV)
FAKE NEWS.... OR FLORIDA?!
I read a headline, you guess if the story is something that really happened in the great state of FLORIDA or is it #FakeNews made up to trick you and amuse me
A South Beach lifeguard claimed she shouldn’t be busted for indecent exposure because she worked at a nude beach ….. FAKE NEWS
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