It takes as little as 15 minutes for a dog to die of a heat stroke in a hot vehicle. Dogs overheat easily and struggle to cool themselves down even when a car window has been left open or water has been left in the car.
Texas police made a typo while running the plates on a suspected stolen car. In the body cam footage, police admit to the mistake after holding the husband and wife and their two children at gunpoint on the side of the interstate in Texas.
The universal warning among drivers about speed traps and police is flashing the headlights. We've all done it and a lot of us have been saved by it, but is it legal to do in the state of Oklahoma? Can you get into trouble for flashing your headlights?
It's a question worth asking, well, at least if you're one of "those kind" of people. Here's the question: Is it illegal to "do it" in a vehicle in the state of Oklahoma? The answer might just surprise you. Or some of you anyway.
Can you be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor or other violation and/or crime in Oklahoma for flipping off the cops? Could giving the bird and displaying an obscene gesture result in fines or jail time or is it protected "free speech" under the First Amendment?
Recently Walmart started issuing citations and involving authorities when customers make mistakes or attempt to shoplift items while using their self-checkout lines. The crackdown is due to all the unpaid merchandise that is leaving the store by customers using self-checkout and not paying for their purchase.