Dog helps criminal slip short leash

Dog helps criminal slip short leash
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli criminal slipped away from house arrest by putting his electronic ankle monitor on his dog, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Muggers leave their own pictures behind
BERLIN (Reuters) – Two German teenagers robbed a girl but accidentally left their own pictures behind for police on a discarded mobile phone.[Lees verder]

High Dutch driver spurs police chase in cornfield
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch farmer watched in disbelief as a driver under the influence of cocaine drove a slalom course through his corn field, only to be joined by two police vehicles in hot pursuit, adding to the damage.[Lees verder]

Court acquits teacher in “retard” case
PALERMO, Italy (Reuters) – A teacher who forced a pupil to write “I am a retard” 100 times was acquitted by an Italian court on Wednesday of abuse charges.[Lees verder]

Added security after peeing incident
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada will install surveillance cameras around the National War Memorial in Ottawa after three youths urinated on the base of the monument late on the July 1 Canada Day holiday last year.[Lees verder]

Britain to delete term “prostitute” from law books
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is proposing to remove the term “prostitute” from the criminal statutes because it carries too much stigma.[Lees verder]

Male singer sparks anger by dressing in burqa
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian pop star and Bollywood music composer created a furor after he visited a Muslim shrine disguised in a black burqa to avoid being mobbed by fans, newspapers reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

City demands immobilizers on high-risk cars
TORONTO (Reuters) – Drivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba, one of Canada’s worst cities for auto thefts, will have to install electronic immobilizers on new or “high-risk” cars in order to qualify for auto insurance, the province said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Dog helps criminal slip short leash
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli criminal slipped away from house arrest by putting his electronic ankle monitor on his dog, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Muggers leave their own pictures behind
BERLIN (Reuters) – Two German teenagers robbed a girl but accidentally left their own pictures behind for police on a discarded mobile phone.[Lees verder]

High Dutch driver spurs police chase in cornfield
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch farmer watched in disbelief as a driver under the influence of cocaine drove a slalom course through his corn field, only to be joined by two police vehicles in hot pursuit, adding to the damage.[Lees verder]

Court acquits teacher in “retard” case
PALERMO, Italy (Reuters) – A teacher who forced a pupil to write “I am a retard” 100 times was acquitted by an Italian court on Wednesday of abuse charges.[Lees verder]

Added security after peeing incident
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada will install surveillance cameras around the National War Memorial in Ottawa after three youths urinated on the base of the monument late on the July 1 Canada Day holiday last year.[Lees verder]

Britain to delete term “prostitute” from law books
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is proposing to remove the term “prostitute” from the criminal statutes because it carries too much stigma.[Lees verder]

Male singer sparks anger by dressing in burqa
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian pop star and Bollywood music composer created a furor after he visited a Muslim shrine disguised in a black burqa to avoid being mobbed by fans, newspapers reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

City demands immobilizers on high-risk cars
TORONTO (Reuters) – Drivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba, one of Canada’s worst cities for auto thefts, will have to install electronic immobilizers on new or “high-risk” cars in order to qualify for auto insurance, the province said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

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