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New Law You Can Be Arrested For Drinking Within 2 Hours AFTER Driving

Last updated on August 21, 2019

In Canada you can be arrested for drinking alcohol within 2 hours AFTER driving – or is it a mistake? Burglar who robbed 700 people mysterious death. Weed burner sets house on fire. CIA historians selective history. GPS error sees electric scooter riders on busy highway. Just another weird crimes news day…

Embarrassing Twitter mistake by Justice Canada wrongly suggests it is illegal to drink “after” driving

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/embarrassing-twitter-mistake-by-justice-canada-wrongly-suggests-it-is-illegal-to-drink-after-driving/Justice Canada has come under fire after posting a tweet that suggested people could be arrested for drinking after driving. The now deleted tweet from Justice Canada read: It’s summer time and the living is easy! Whether you’re sitting on a patio of having a backyard #BBQ, remember it’s against the #law to have a blood alcohol concentration over prohibited levels within two hours of driving. Know the limits. This would suggest that under Bill C-46, which became law last December, police would be able to arrest anyone who had gotten home and drank within two hours of arriving. Many political voices, particularly those of a conservative disposition, were quick to criticize Justice Canada on this point. Embarrassing Twitter mistake by Justice Canada wrongly suggests it is illegal to drink “after” driving

Bradley Wernham: The unexplained death of the ‘one-man crimewave’ who burgled 700 people

https://www.essexlive.news/news/essex-news/bradley-wernham-one-man-crimewave-3235437He called for a taxi but never got in the car On November 23, 2018, Bradley Wernham’s body was found in a field. Mr Wernham – who was from Harlow – was well known for his criminal history in which he had admitted to committing nearly 700 offences. The 27-year-old had previously been dubbed  a ‘one-man crimewave’ after he was sentenced for 662 crimes over a six-year period. He was spared jail when he was 18-years-old and offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to change his life of crime around when handed a rent-paid home with a previous partner in Chelmsford. The following year, on April 8, he apparently blew his “last chance”, when he was held in custody after admitting attempting to break into a home in Witham in January, months after his “fresh start”. However, last year he was found dead in a field and the inquest into his death was held in court today. Bradley Wernham: The unexplained death of the ‘one-man crimewave’ who burgled 700 people

Torched: Man Claims Attempt To Burn Weeds Sparked Massive House Fire – KAMR

https://www.myhighplains.com/news/weird/torched-man-claims-attempt-to-burn-weeds-sparked-massive-house-fire/Ohio investigators say homeowner’s claim that he was using a butane torch to burn weeds in his yard before his home and car went up in flames is still under investigation. (WKYC)  Newly released body camera video shows a suspicious fire that destroyed three homes and forced an Ohio neighborhood to evacuate Monday. Newburgh Heights Police Chief John Majoy was the first person to arrive on scene. By that time, flames were already shooting up the sides of three homes, which appear to be a total loss.  At least three homes and two cars were involved in the fire, which has now prompted an investigation that could lead to criminal charges, based on how the incident is believed to have started.  “The individual reported he was burning some weeds with a butane torch or something,” Majoy said. “However, that is under investigation at this point. So we’re working closely with the state Fire Marshal’s office.” The fire quickly spread and required ten departments to help assist in getting the blaze under control. Torched: Man Claims Attempt To Burn Weeds Sparked Massive House Fire – KAMR

CIA instructed its historians to omit “embarrassing” details from the record

https://www.muckrock.com/news/archives/2019/aug/21/cia-embarassing-history/In a formerly SECRET “Dos and Don’ts” regulation for historical officers, Agency suggested “unflattering statements” be avoided An undated regulation uncovered in the Central Intelligence Agency archives, formerly classified SECRET, appears to outline the “Dos and Don’ts” for Agency historians. While most of the consideration goes into avoiding exposing the identities of undercover agents and acknowledging the inherent difficulties therein one surprising paragraph instructs historical officers to avoid “embarrassing incidents” or “unflattering statements” unless absolutely necessary. If an “embarrassing incident” is too critical to omit, then it must be treated in “the most objective language possible.” Which help explains why the Agency historian went to such lengths to suss out what kind of champagne was used by █████ for bathing. The full “Do’s and Don’ts” is embedded below. MuckRock is a non-profit collaborative news site that gives you the tools to keep our government transparent and accountable. CIA instructed its historians to omit “embarrassing” details from the record

Riders blame GPS for taking electric scooters on highway

https://www.wric.com/news/weird-news/riders-blame-gps-for-taking-electric-scooters-on-highway/(CNN NEWSOURCE) — Three men on dockless scooters are blaming their GPS for ending up in a dangerous situation. The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office says the men told deputies they were visiting from Texas, and trying to get to the Harley Davidson museum when they ended up westbound on interstate 94. Daniel Hughes with the Sheriff’s office says, “this could’ve been a situation that could’ve been catastrophic.” They stopped the men as they were attempting to get out of traffic. “They had to cross three lanes of traffic that were going at 50 mph give or take, in order to get to the right distress,” says Hughes. They were each ticketed $204, and the scooters were put into squad cars. “I believe they were trying to make the best decision under the circumstances, but it still was a poor decision in the first place,” says Hughes, “that’s the reason these things have a bad reputation.” It’s always a good idea to plot routes before getting on scooters. Riders blame GPS for taking electric scooters on highway

 

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