A priest of the Catholic Church, Robert McManus, being drunk, had an accident in the town of Narrangazet, Rhode Island. Drunk bishop tried to escape from the scene of the incident. Later, he was arrested by police at his home, but refused to be tested for alcohol. On Tuesday, the bishop should stand trial.
61-year-old Robert McManus is the head of the Diocese of Worcester, the second largest city in Massachusetts after Boston. Faced with the other driver, the bishop went to the accident site. The second accident participant called the number 911 and chased the offender until the police arrived in time. A little later, McManus was arrested at his country house
The U.S. Senate is going to make theft of non-ferrous metals in the list of federal offenses involving deprivation of liberty for 10 years. This, in particular, is the theft of copper from towers and mobile phone, as well as other U.S. critical infrastructure.
The author of the bill, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, said that in recent years the level of theft of non-ferrous metals increased by 80 percent. "The increase in cases of metal theft across the country emphasizes the importance of action by the federal authorities," — said the politician.
Theft of non-ferrous metals estimated to cost U.S. businesses $ 1 billion. Most of these thefts committed in Rhode Island, and the least popular with this type of "income," the residents of Alaska.
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