Do video games lead to crime? Well....yes!


A Ten­nessee man decided to test the cus­tomer ser­vice at his local Game Stop store.  The man phoned Cal of dutythe shop to ask them to set aside copies of NBA 2K14, Call of Duty: Ghosts and a brand new X-Box, which the clerk did.  The sus­pect came to the Game Stop to pick up the mer­chan­dise and paid for it with a gun! Besides the reserved items, the guy also walked off with $600 from the cash register!

A shock­ing story out of a Chicago sub­urb: Pros­e­cu­tors say a 14-year-old girl set her alarm for 7:50am Tues­day, woke up, and went down­stairs to the kitchen and grabbed a 4-inch long knife, went back upstairs, and stabbed her sleep­ing 11-year-old half-sister to death—more than 30 times in the neck, chest, and hands, NBC News and the Chicago Sun Times report!   Her motive?  She thought her younger sis­ter was ungrate­ful for her house­work!   Then, they allege the 14-year-old show­ered and then called 911, telling police a His­panic male intruder had entered the home the girls shared with their mother—who wasn’t home at the time—and did the deed.  That led to the lock­down of three nearby schools before the girl’s story unrav­eled. The girl now faces first-degree mur­der charges in juve­nile court; a deci­sion on whether to move the case to adult court will be made in a few weeks.

A Florida man who got mad at another dri­ver in a road rage inci­dent became the big­ger loser.  Police say Richard Coles and another dri­ver were threat­en­ing each other on the road when the other dri­ver flashed his gun.  Coles decided to show off his own weapon when it acci­den­tally fired, strik­ing him in his leg. Police are try­ing to inves­ti­gate the inci­dent, but Coles doesn’t want to pros­e­cute or talk to the police. He’s clearly embar­rassed and wants to put it behind him.

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