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Bizarre blotter: Man parks meth lab at Walmart & other strange crimes
First Published Dec 28 2012 01:35 pm • Last Updated Dec 28 2012 01:35 pm

A man parks his meth lab in the parking lot of a Pennsylvania Walmart. Another man tries to steal steaks by shoving them down his pants. Those items and more in this roundup of odd crime news from across the nation.

Bizarre blotter: Man parks meth lab at Walmart & other strange crimes

It's just a pee-wee football game?File (2004) - Chris Maddaloni/Roll Call/Getty ImagesPolice, donned in protective gear, stormed a kids football game on Dec. 22 after a report of possibly hundreds of parents brawling on the field in California, but the fight turned out to be between a handful of adults who may have been drinking. "We only had our helmets on for our protection because when you get a call of a fight between two and three hundred people, you ...

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