UW-Madison Frat Treasurer Busted Scamming $12,000 For Video Game Addiction

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The former treasurer of a University of Wisconsin-Madison fraternity blamed an addiction to video games for his alleged theft of more than $12,000 from the fraternity’s coffers, according to a criminal complaint.

As reported by the Wisconsin State Journal, Jose Tavarez confessed to authorities that he used a fraternity debit card to buy games and computer gear…

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Privacy Concerns Surround FBI And States Expanding DNA Databases

Privacy Concerns Surround FBI And States Expanding DNA Databases 

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Law enforcement officials are vastly expanding their collection of DNA to include millions more people who have been arrested or detained but not yet convicted. The move, intended to help solve more crimes, is raising concerns about the privacy of petty offenders and people who are presumed innocent.

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Man Says He Was Driving at 110mph to Make Bid On eBay

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The Untold Dangers of Online Auctions

A 46-year-old Fall City man was arrested on charges of reckless driving after he was observed traveling 110 mph, said the Washington State Patrol.

James Garrett told the trooper that he was trying to get home to make a bid on eBay before the auction closed, said Trooper Dan McDonald.

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