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A new study says political polarization in the U.S. is reaching a tipping point such that Democrats and Republicans can never unite again. (https://bit.ly/3q2DrN6)
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A 24-year-old Maricopa man under the influence has been arrested for a pair of burglaries, police said. Kenneth Barnett was arrested by Maricopa Police on April 28. Police received a call on April 26 in the 41400 block of West Hayden Drive about an unknown person in the back yard of a home at 2:30 p.m. “The reporting party stated it appeared the male was ‘stoned.’ Additional notes prior to arrival indicate the male was looking into the house through the back sliding glass door,” a police probable cause statement reads. Police entered the back yard of the house on West Hayden Drive through an unlocked side gate and found Barnett still in the backyard. Earlier that same day another burglary was reported in the same area in the 41200 block of West Sanders Way. “Entry was made through the back sliding glass door and a firearm, gaming items, cash and jewelry was stolen. Upon arrival to the address on Hayden, I voiced the close proximity burglary and possible suspect with a stolen firearm,” the MPD officer wrote. During a search police found drug paraphernalia and fentanyl and a gold chain linked to another burglary in Barnett’s pants pockets. “Defendant admitted to smoking fentanyl earlier in the day,” the MPD officer wrote in the report. Barnett was taken to the Pinal County Adult Detention Center and booked for theft, first-degree burglary, possession of burglary tools and attempted second-degree burglary. He was freed after posting a $2,500 secured bond.https://www.pinalcentral.com/maricopa_monitor/news/police-stoned-man-arrested-in-2-maricopa-burglaries/article_00a86abf-06f3-5713-8e19-abb5ea45abf4.html
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A new report claims Kim Kardashian has hired a Grammy-winning artist to wake her kids up with Christmas music every morning of December. (https://yhoo.it/3m1OkNX)
Following its global premiere in Los Angeles, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” currently holds a perfect 100% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. (https://bit.ly/33npyBr)
A Bollywood actress has been crowned the 2022 Miss Universe. (https://bit.ly/3ysyEZ2)
A former star of the “General Hospital” soap opera is suing ABC for firing him over his refusal to take a COVID-19 shot. (https://bit.ly/3IOW7bI)
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When staff at a German hotel thought a trio of Chinese guests were acting strangely, they called in police to investigate. But when officers stormed into their hotel room they couldn’t believe their eyes — the room was filled with 100 snakes, 70 tortoises and 20 frogs. The three Chinese had smuggled the animals into the room in their luggage, but it’s not know what they planned to do next. Officers say all of the animals were alive when they arrived and were taken to a zoo.
Toyota has announced plans to charge customers $8-a-month to continue using their own car key fobs. (https://bit.ly/31SxXg9)
New York’s top ethics panel ordered disgraced ex-New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to pay the state $5.1 million in book profits he made on the backs of taxpayers amid the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. (https://bit.ly/3DX192m)
A New Hampshire Woman is accused of keeping her mother’s dead body in her house for months so she could cash her social security checks. (https://bit.ly/3p0aa6F)
A woman who let her dog do its business on a doorstep in Germany had her hat used to clean it up. The angry homeowner ripped off the woman’s woollen hat and scooped up the dog doo with it. He threw the hat and its contents at her feet and told her to clear it up herself next time.
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Astronauts on the space station have little to no sense of thirst. Most wear timers to remind them to hydrate regularly. It’s a zero gravity thing.
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Police in eastern Germany carried out raids in an investigation of alleged threats to kill a state governor and others by opponents of coronavirus restrictions and vaccinations. (https://bit.ly/3s9kco0)
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A violent brawl involving dozens of suited-up men broke out inside a casino in Atlantic City this week, chaotic footage shows. Police in New Jersey said the fight erupted at Harrah’s Resort just before 3:00 a.m. last Tuesday. At least one person was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries sustained in the melee. Footage of the fight shows multiple people being thrown to the floor and punched inside one of the casino’s dining areas. At one point, a man in a light-colored suit jacket could be seen striking someone on the floor with a chair. Some women could be seen scrambling away as multiple security guards tried to step in. Hundreds of mortgage lenders and realtors were in Atlantic City at the time for a real estate convention. A person who witnessed the ordeal told The Post the fight broke out after several mortgage companies threw various parties across the city earlier in the night. It wasn’t immediately clear if those involved in the fight were there for the conference. Police said the fight had already de-escalated by the time they arrived. No arrests were made because no one on the scene wanted to sign a criminal complaint.(https://bit.ly/3ETR4Eu)
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A motorist involved in two unrelated fatal traffic accidents in 2008 and 2014 was caught driving a car last year even though he had been disqualified from doing so. In an attempt to get himself off the hook, 40-year-old Jason Chia Junjie gave false information to a police officer by claiming to be his younger brother. But in a twist, the court heard that the brother was wanted by the authorities at the time and Chia was arrested. The Singaporean was on Monday (Dec 13) sentenced to nine weeks' jail and fined $5,000. He was also disqualified from driving all classes of vehicles for twenty years. He had pleaded guilty to one count each of driving without insurance, driving while under a disqualification order, and giving false information to a public servant. On November 2nd last year, Chia was unlawfully driving a car at around 11:00 a.m. when a policeman stopped him for a check. When asked for his particulars, Chia said that he did not have his NRIC with him and instead wrote down his brother's particulars on a piece of paper that he handed to the officer. Deputy Public Prosecutor Emily Koh said: "The screening of the particulars showed that (the brother) was wanted by the police. The accused was placed under arrest and brought into the police car." Chia finally admitted that he had given the policeman false information in a later interview. (https://bit.ly/3FaxbcN)
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