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True Crime Online Newsletter: May 19, 2014

I couldn't make this up if I tried. . .'Godzilla Attack' sign warns San Francisco drivers to 'Turn Back'
http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2014/05/16/Godzilla-Attack-sign-warns-San-Francisco-drivers-to-Turn-Back/3001400247051/#ixzz32AwsLDGh
A San Francisco prankster decided to warn city residents (and possibly issue a spoiler) by hacking into a traffic sign and making it read "Godzilla Attack" and "Turn Back." Some believed that the sign was simply a public relations stunt for the new film, but it ended up just being a joke.

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True Crime Online Newsletter - May 5, 2014

I couldn't make this up if I tried. . .Ohio grandfather calls 911 about 'lazy' grandson
http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2014/04/30/Ohio-grandfather-calls-911-about-lazy-grandson/9311398867400/?spt=sec&or=on
An Ohio grandfather became so frustrated when he couldn’t get his “lazy” grandson to do his chores that he called 911 to report him to authorities.

Edward Friel called emergency dispatchers in South Amherst after his 17-year-old grandson Justin allegedly punched a hole in the wall because the Internet got shut off.

Friel, 72, apparently cut the house’s Internet cord because he couldn’t get the teen to stop playing games on his computer and help out around the house.

When police arrived, Friel told them that his grandson called him names and stormed out after he disabled the Internet. According to Friel, his grandson is “lazy and does nothing around the house.”

“Mr. Friel stated he had asked Justin to do some work around the house but [he] continued to play on the computer,” a…