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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Easter Bunny Arrested for DVD Theft

Posted By on Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 1:39 PM


Our holiday heroes are not always angels. Santa was seen puking in Lakewood last Christmas, for instance, and with Easter upon us we have bad news to share: the Easter Bunny is a DVD thief.

From the News-Herald:

Justin Medema was arrested Saturday on an outstanding felony warrant as he reportedly wrapped up a shift as an Easter Bunny, Mentor Police Sgt. Mike Majernik said.

Medema is accused of stealing DVDs from a Mentor business on multiple occasions in February, Majernik said.

Cops estimate the DVDs totaled about $1,000 in all. Times are tough for the Easter Bunny, man.

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