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                                                                                                                                                                                                                8 KAUA‘I MIDWEEK MAY 12, 2021
  Vengeful Litterbug Caught After 3-year Spree
 Edward and Cheryl
Patton of Lake View,
New York, tried for
three years to identify who
was throwing used paper
coffee cups — some with
cigarette butts inside — on
their front yard nearly every
night, but they could never
get a good look at the min-
ivan as it drove by. Edward
began keeping records of
the littering and collecting
the cups, eventually filling
10 garbage bags, reported
The Buffalo News. They
even installed a surveillance
camera, but it wasn’t until
neighbors set up a stakeout
and captured the license
plate number that the mys- pulled over Larry Pope, charged with harassment and tery was solved. 76, a former co-worker of throwing refuse onto a road-
way. The Pattons said the lit- tering has stopped since his arrest.
Manhattan family and matrimonial law attorney Eric Wrubel predicts, “It’s never gonna fly.”
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The Incest Test
An anonymous New York resident seeking to marry their adult child filed suit in federal court in Manhattan on April 1 (no joke) asking that laws barring incestuous marriage be overturned, Fox News reported. In court pa- pers, the petitioner claims such a marriage is a matter of “individual autonomy” and asks to remain unnamed because “a large segment of society views (the request) as morally, socially and bio-
In other Weird happen- ings:
of an adult child, but court documents do not reveal the couple’s genders, ages, hometown or relationship. The filing does detail that the “proposed spouses are un- able to procreate together.”
  On April 18, police set up their own stakeout and
Cheryl’s whom she had dis- agreements with. Pope was
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