Snapchat, like many other social media sites, warns people it’s not to be used for illegal purposes. That has not some weapons traffickers from using the app to sell hundreds of illegal weapons.
California has some of the country’s strictest gun laws, including a ban on high-capacity magazines and assault rifles.
At least three people in the last year have been arrested for illegally selling guns using Snapchat, as detailed in a report ...
A 14-year-old Oologah-Talala student was arrested Monday after he reportedly made threats on social media toward other ...
If you dodged real-world trash cans to chase virtual monsters during the Pokemon Go craze, you experienced augmented reality.
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A man was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of threatening to shoot up a classroom on the University of Houston Downtown campus, according to court records. Oscar Rincon, 19, remains in Harris ...
DeVone Boggan with Richmond, Calif's Office of Neighborhood Safety explains how Advance Peace disrupts the cycle of gun ...
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Several Park Ridge teens were arrested last week after police say they committed criminal acts that were shared on a social ...
A 22-year-old man allegedly used Snapchat to market illegal firearms from Nevada to potential customers in California’s Bay ...
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RICHMOND, Ky. (WKYT) - A grand jury has indicted a Richmond man on 24 counts after an investigation into child sex crimes.
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Edward “Eddie” Okenica has been charged on a criminal complaint alleging he produced, received, and possessed child ...