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Dog hailed a hero after keeping lost 3-year-old girl safe

Dog hailed a hero after keeping lost 3-year-old girl safe

Aurora's grandmother, however, was not about to stop. A dog in Australia is being called an honorary police canine after he stayed with his lost 3-year-old human. Three-year-old Aurora went missing on Friday afternoon and the family dog , Max, stayed with her until rescuers arrived Saturday. Aurora took shelter under a rock with Max during the night, with police saying to ABC News "the dog was good company and they kept each other warm".


Police try to unlock cellphone with dead man's finger

Police try to unlock cellphone with dead man's finger

While legally they are allowed to do something like that, it's the ethics and morality of it all that is seemingly being questioned by his family and privacy experts (and people, in general). Police said that they pulled Phillip over to search because his vehicle's windows were illegally tinted, and that they could smell marijuana coming from the auto, according to the station.


Dead Man's Finger Can't Unlock Phone, Debate About Privacy Sparked

Dead Man's Finger Can't Unlock Phone, Debate About Privacy Sparked

Authorities had linked Phillip to a separate drug inquiry that they were investigating and were hoping to access data on his phone that could assist their case. But the incident highlights a new ethical quandary in the digital age. "While the deceased person doesn't have a vested interest in the remains of their body, the family sure does, so it really doesn't pass the smell test", Charles Rose, a Stetson University law professor, told the Tampa Bay Times .


Police throw woman to floor during arrest at restaurant

Police throw woman to floor during arrest at restaurant

Clemons was ultimately arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, AL.com reported. "They didn't even ask her to leave, she was waiting for them to give her the district manager's card so she could file a complaint on one of the waitresses", Clemons-Howard told Al.com.


Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, multiple injuries reported

Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, multiple injuries reported

The mayor says he has offered any and all assistance that the city can provide to police to help with the investigation. They told media the driver of the white van had been arrested. "He started going down on the sidewalk and crumbling down people one by one", Alex Shaker, who was driving down Yonge Street, told CTV News. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Twitter , "Our thoughts are with all those affected by the awful incident at Yonge and Finch in Toronto".


YouTuber Count Dankula Fined £800 in 'Sh*tposting' Case

YouTuber Count Dankula Fined £800 in 'Sh*tposting' Case

He said: "The centrepiece of your video consists of you repeating the phrase "gas the Jews" over and over again as a command to a dog, which then reacts". There was a demonstration outside court by protesters claiming the case went against the principle of freedom of speech. Meecham has said he will appeal his conviction, saying it sets a unsafe legal precedent against freedom of expression.