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Bizarre blotter: Zombie fight sparks shooting & other strange crimes
First Published Dec 11 2012 09:28 am • Last Updated Dec 11 2012 09:28 am

From a New York man who shot his girlfriend following an argument about whether zombies could be real to some Colorado college students who fed pot brownies to their unsuspecting classmates — and so much more — this week’s bizarre blotter proves the world is a strange place.

The bizarre blotter: Zombie argument drives man to shoot girlfriend & other strange crimes

Getting high is less fun when you have no clue you're getting high Mary Essa Pot brownies may be a party hit, but distributing them to your unknowing college classmates and professor is not likely to be a popular move. Assistant history professor Celine Dauverd was obviously not a seasoned pothead, as the consumption of said brownies led to dizziness, a loss of consciousness and even an ambulance run to the hospital on Friday. Of the 12 unsuspecting students in ...

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