WHO@ Newsletter - March 29, 2010

I couldn't make this up if I tried. . .Quack
Tale of the tape: Robbery suspect duct tapes shoes

Maybe duct tape doesn't work for everything. Police said an 18-year-old Cadillac man who fastened duct tape to the bottom of his shoes in an attempt to conceal the robbery of a northern Michigan business has been arrested.

Manistee County sheriff officials said the man admitted robbing All Star Pay Day Loans in Manistee Township, about 210 miles northwest of Detroit. He was arrested about 3:35 a.m. Thursday after being spotted by deputies.

Police told the Ludington Daily News and WWMT-TV the man was wearing dark clothing and carrying about $1,200 in cash.

The man was being held at the Manistee County Jail. He faces charges including breaking and entering with intent, a 10-year felony.
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(DISCLAIMER: The following news items were found on the web and were not written or endorsed by WHO@; they are for informational purposes only)
US concerned by Australian Internet filter plan - 03/29/10
The United States has raised concerns with Australia about the impact of a proposed Internet filter that would place restrictions on Web content, an official said Monday.

Diary of a call girl - 03/28/10
Julianna came to Britain to work in the 'exotic' industry and fund her studies when she returned to Hungary. She may have been naive but few would have foreseen what happened to her

Shameful - 03/27/10
A "SHAMELESS" family and their pals who casually exploited gaping flaws in the benefits system were jailed yesterday after an incredible £500,000 scam.

Boys sorry for web attack on girl - 03/26/10
Police have formally warned six boys aged between 11 and 14 after footage of a 10-year-old girl being assaulted was posted on the internet.

NY town angry over Net slurs at suicide victim - 03/26/10
A community reeling from the suicide of a popular high school senior turned its sorrow to outrage Friday over a practice known as "trolling," in which derogatory, hurtful comments are posted online against a person.

Wife 'blasted husband to death with shotgun after catching him looking at naked women on internet' - 03/25/10
A pensioner who blasted her husband through the heart with a shotgun today told a court they had argued over him looking at topless models on the internet.
Helen Lawson sobbed in the witness box as she described how her 'deceitful' husband Geoffrey had lied about ogling topless models on his computer.

Complaint sparks removal of paedophile's Facebook page - 03/24/10
Facebook has removed the profile of a paedophile who has been recalled to jail and said there was "no place for convicted sex offenders" on the site.

Facebook 'sex encounters' linked to rise in syphilis - 03/24/10
Facebook has been linked to a resurgence of the sexually-transmitted disease syphilis.
The virus has increased fourfold in Sunderland, Durham and Teesside, the areas of Britain where the website is most popular.

Gunman jailed for five years after posing for picture with automatic pistol - 03/23/10
A dopey gunman has been jailed after police spotted him posing with a weapon in a profile picture on Facebook.
Poser Majid Khan posted a picture of himself pointing an automatic pistol in his online picture.


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