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Kids, Allegedly, Do the Darndest Crimes

Adults, too. This week's allegations: Facebook shenanigans, bomb-threat shenanigans, Saltine shenanigans, bridge control room shenanigans, drugs in a baby's diaper & alleged criminals allegedly returning to the scene.

A 17-year-old boy allegedly created a Facebook account pretending to be a female to gain access to other females' photographs. The Newtown resident then reportedly altered the photos with inappropriate drawings and posted them on a website.

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A bomb threat was found in the Ridgefield High School bathroom. The threat was deemed not credible and officials believe it ties into a tradition of making bomb threats at the high school when a major videogame is released. This year the game credited is Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

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A student at Amity High School in Woodbridge allegedly passed out in the cafeteria during lunch after eating a marijuana-laced saltine cracker bought from another student.

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A Norwalk man was arrested for allegedly breaking the windows out of the drawbridge control room for the Stanley H. Stroffolino Bridge by throwing beer bottles through them. Police stopped a man running down the street and had a witness identify him as the alleged bottle thrower.

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Two men driving through Woodbridge allegedly tried to stash a bag of hallucinogens in a baby's diaper when police pulled them over and started searching their car for drugs.

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Two men were arrested in Fairfield the day after they allegedly stole $357 worth of tools from Home Depot. The men happened to return to the store at the same time police were documenting the larceny report with store employees, who said they recognized the men as suspects.

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