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Robinson and Jones were arrested inside a local park.According to the police report, an officer patrolling the area saw a single vehicle parked inside the park, which was closed.Detectives began their investigation May 15 after being contacted by a BSU employee.The employee told detectives the camera had been secured to a tree branch with a steel cable and was working normally on April 25, when she did an inspection of the area, according to a news release.The employee discovered the cable had been cut off and the camera was missing when she went back on May 4.According to a press release by the Mobile Police Department, the gun used in the shooting death of 15-year-old Nia Savage was possibly stolen from an unlocked vehicle during the Mardi Gras parade on Saturday, February 11.“We found hundreds of tutorials with ads from well-known, respected companies.We can’t imagine that the money made from ratter tutorials is worth the pain and suffering the victims experience.”Google has requested that any videos that breach You Tube’s strict policies should be reported by its users.
The camera was on land in the Warm Springs Avenue and Idaho 21 area, monitored by members of the Boise State University Intermountain Bird Observatory to study mammal populations in the area.Robinson, Alabama's star left tackle, and Tide reserve defensive back Hootie Jones were arrested on drug and weapons charges in their hometown of Monroe, La. The gun, which was found under the driver's seat Robinson had been in, was stolen out of a vehicle in Baldwin County in April 2015, according to the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office.There were no known suspects in the stolen gun case.Savage was shot in the chest inside a home on Crenshaw Street at approximately p.m. Mobile Fire-Rescue responded and transported the teen to a local hospital where she later died from her injuries.To help prevent gun-related violence and death, the Mobile Police Department urges gun owners to please secure their firearms."Stopping criminals and other dangerous people from stealing guns takes involvement from the entire community.