Article courtesy of Heat Street, written by Emily Zanotti.
Pokemon Go players have certainly had their fair share of run-ins with the law this week — mostly on the wrong side of it. Two men sustained serious injuries and are facing possible charges after falling down a cliff in California chasing Pokemon. Two teens were arrested in Toledo after jumping fence into the Toledo Zoo following the digital creatures. And in LA, police are chasing after Pokemon Go players who wander on to random neighbors’ lawns.
But the app itself is now the target of lawmakers, who want to regulate the game, claiming that the app poses a significant risk to public safety, and the fun must end.
Things I have caught in my office: 1) Mice 2) This pic.twitter.com/YCGWiJcf5y— Lynn Jenkins (@RepLynnJenkins) July 11, 2016