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saki

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Man arrested after setting car hood on fire to scare off bears

When officers arrived around 5:30 a.m. at the scene, on eastbound Interstate 80 near Farad, they found a man who had started a fire on the hood of his car. Allen Ray Houck, 32, of Rio Linda, told officers there were bears in the area and that he’d set the fire in order to scare them away, authorities said.

“He was just talking about bears. Bears, bears bears,” said Officer Carlos Perez. “(Officers) noticed objective signs of intoxication. Eventually he was placed under arrest for being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, and arson.”
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We are always appreciative of additional fire extinguisher training, but in case anyone was wondering, no you cant light a fire on the hood of your vehicle to "keep the bears away."
 

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Colorado father convicted in killing his 13-year-old son who found his dad's sordid and embarrassing diaper photos

Mark Redwine was convicted of murdering his son Dylan, who found compromising photos of his father

In 2012, Dylan was ordered by the courts to make a Thanksgiving visit to his father's home in Durango, Colorado. Prosecutors presented a case that during that visit, Dylan and his older brother Cory found sordid photos on a laptop in the home of their father wearing women's lingerie and eating feces. Cory testified that Dylan discovered the photos before he went missing. Cory also testified to taking photos of the disturbing images from their father's laptop, and those were shown in court. Prosecutors claimed that the embarrassing photos launched Redwine into a fit of rage, which ultimately resulted in the death of his son.

Redwine, who didn't testify at the trial, told investigators he left Dylan alone at home to run errands, and his son was gone when he returned.
 

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DUBAI MAKES ITS OWN RAIN TO TACKLE 122F HEAT

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A pilot and a United Arab Emirates (UAE) official from the national center for meteorology and seismology check salt flares attached to a plane that is fired into a promising cloud to increase condensation and hopefully trigger rainfall.
 
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