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Man Arrested For Instagram Post of AR-15 Captioned 'Thinking About Finally Going Back to School' Man Arrested For Instagram Post of AR-15 Captioned 'Thinking About Finally Going Back to School'

Police in Texarkana, Texas arrested 24-year-old Ricky Jared Rankin for allegedly posting a photo of an AR-15—that model of semi-automatic rifle that keeps on being used in mass slaughters across the country—to Instagram accompanied by the caption, “I’m thinking about finally going back to school,” KTBS reported.

Report: Some Crypto Enthusiasts Are Increasingly Worried About Getting Robbed in Person Report: Some Crypto Enthusiasts Are Increasingly Worried About Getting Robbed in Person

Despite periodic crashes in the cryptocurrency markets, digital currency keeps on moving out of its formerly niche space and affecting the real world in unpredictable ways. Bitcoin-mining operations are now set to gobble more electricity than domestic residential consumption in Iceland, major credit card providers are …

In the First Trailer for Hard Sun, Law and Order Crumbles in the Face of the Apocalypse In the First Trailer for Hard Sun, Law and Order Crumbles in the Face of the Apocalypse

It feels like we’ve been hearing about Neil Cross’ (Luther) apocalyptic cop show Hard Sun for ages, and now we finally have a brutal, bloody first look. If you thought the world coming to an end sucked, just imagine having to live through it as one of the few people who knew it was going to happen.

Two Charged Over 'Jackpotting' Scheme That Makes ATMs Spew Bills Two Charged Over 'Jackpotting' Scheme That Makes ATMs Spew Bills

Two men were charged yesterday for allegedly hacking ATMs to make them vomit bills.

Police Departments Warn Facebook Users to Stop Allegedly Sharing a Child Abuse Video Police Departments Warn Facebook Users to Stop Allegedly Sharing a Child Abuse Video

Police departments across the country are warning Facebook users that a child abuse video captioned with a vague plea to identify the perpetrator is spreading across the site via direct messages and status updates—and that sharing this nightmare chain letter or even viewing its contents is, obviously, a crime that…

Chinese National, Three Others Plead Guilty in Apple Counterfeiting Scheme Chinese National, Three Others Plead Guilty in Apple Counterfeiting Scheme

A Chinese national who was living in the U.S. on a student visa pleaded guilty on Friday to charges of trafficking in counterfeit goods and conspiracy over a plot to sell Chinese-made Apple knockoffs to U.S. customers.

Apparently a Way of Hacking ATMs Called 'Jackpotting' Has Spread to the US Apparently a Way of Hacking ATMs Called 'Jackpotting' Has Spread to the US

ATM manufacturers are warning that criminals are hacking into their devices using a method called “jackpotting”that has recently spread to the U.S. according to Reuters.

Two Additional Gamers Named in Fatal Kansas 'Swatting' Police Shooting Two Additional Gamers Named in Fatal Kansas 'Swatting' Police Shooting

Two additional gamers have been named in a court case involving a Los Angeles man who allegedly phoned in a hoax emergency call over a Call of Duty friendly-fire dispute, resulting in a Wichita, Kansas police sniper shooting and killing an innocent man.

Apple, Google Reroute Employee Buses After Series of Alleged Attacks Near San Francisco Apple, Google Reroute Employee Buses After Series of Alleged Attacks Near San Francisco

Apple and Google have rerouted shuttle buses which carry employees from San Francisco to their out-of-town headquarters after a series of possible attacks broke the vehicles’ windows in the past week.

Los Angeles Man Charged With Manslaughter Over 'Swatting' Death Los Angeles Man Charged With Manslaughter Over 'Swatting' Death

Authorities have charged 25-year-old Los Angeles man Tyler Barriss with manslaughter for allegedly placing a hoax call that led to a Wichita, Kansas police officer shooting and killing an innocent man, the L.A. Times reported.

Report: Google Can't Stop Getting Its Bikes Jacked Report: Google Can't Stop Getting Its Bikes Jacked

A helpless, flailing Google is unable to stop people from running off with hundreds of the free bicycles available at its Mountain View, California headquarters a week, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

Texas Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Targeting Gay Men for Home Invasions Via Grindr Texas Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Targeting Gay Men for Home Invasions Via Grindr

One of four accused criminals who posed as gay men on Grindr to set up home invasions was sentenced this week to 15 years on hate crime and other charges including kidnapping, carjacking, and use of firearms in the commission of a crime, the Tyler Morning Telegraph reported.

Kidnapped Crypto Exchange Executive Reportedly Paid $1 Million Ransom in Bitcoin Kidnapped Crypto Exchange Executive Reportedly Paid $1 Million Ransom in Bitcoin

Here’s one piece of evidence to suggest that cryptocurrency remains an extremely hot commodity despite recent crashes in the price of Bitcoin: Armed gang members kidnapped a top executive at U.K.-registered cryptocurrency exchange Exmo Finance this week and only released him after they were paid a $1 million…

Police Use Laptop Box as Bait to Catch Christmas Delivery Thief Police Use Laptop Box as Bait to Catch Christmas Delivery Thief

A man in Minnesota accused of snatching packages from porches chose the wrong house this weekend. Police pulled over 36-year-old Raymond Montel Hester around 4:15am on Saturday and found a stolen laptop package. How did they know it was stolen? Police put a GPS device in the delivery box and tracked down the guy as…

6,000 Convictions Tied to Chemist Who 'Smoked Crack Every Day' to Be Thrown Out 6,000 Convictions Tied to Chemist Who 'Smoked Crack Every Day' to Be Thrown Out

On Thursday, Massachusetts prosecutors announced that they will move to dismiss more than 6,000 convictions tied to lab results from a chemist caught stealing and using drugs from the University of Massachusetts Amherst crime lab. In 2014, Sonja Farak pleaded guilty to stealing drugs and tampering with evidence after…

Secret Service Agent Who Stole Silk Road Bitcoins Sentenced to Two More Years for Stealing Even More Secret Service Agent Who Stole Silk Road Bitcoins Sentenced to Two More Years for Stealing Even More

Shaun Bridges, the 35-year-old Secret Service agent from Baltimore who was sentenced to 71 months in prison in 2016 for stealing over $800,000 in Bitcoin during a government investigation into notorious deep-web market Silk Road, has been sentenced to an additional two years in jail for money-laundering charges, …

I Have a Few Questions About This Video of a Woman Stealing From an Uber Driver's Tip Jar [Updated] I Have a Few Questions About This Video of a Woman Stealing From an Uber Driver's Tip Jar [Updated]

An unsettling video went viral on Reddit late Monday night. It shows a young woman in an Uber who empties out the driver’s tip jar and then flees the scene with two friends. I have a few questions about what’s going on here.

Air Force Failed to Put Sutherland Springs Shooter in FBI Database Preventing Felons From Getting Guns Air Force Failed to Put Sutherland Springs Shooter in FBI Database Preventing Felons From Getting Guns

The U.S. Air Force admitted on Monday that it had failed to put information regarding Devin Patrick Kelley, the man authorities say was the perpetrator of a gun massacre at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday which resulted in at least 26 deaths, into a FBI database retailers use to prevent people with a…

Florida Couple’s Amazon Delivery Came With 65 Pounds of Free, Dank-Ass Weed Florida Couple’s Amazon Delivery Came With 65 Pounds of Free, Dank-Ass Weed

Two Amazon customers who purchased 27 gallon plastic storage bins earlier this year were surprised to find their UPS delivery weighed 93.5 pounds, approximately 65 pounds of which was tightly compacted bales of marijuana.

Computer Parts Site Newegg Is Being Sued for Allegedly Engaging in Massive Fraud [Updated] Computer Parts Site Newegg Is Being Sued for Allegedly Engaging in Massive Fraud [Updated]

A suit filed Friday in the US District Court in Los Angeles by four South Korean banks alleges “massive fraud” with an outstanding debt of at least $230 million, and California-based electronic parts seller Newegg has been named as a defendant, along with wholesaler ASI Corporation and its officers.

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