Phil Blakney, arrested by Miami police while driving through a boat ramp after midnight while, he said, playing Pokémon Go.
Phil Blakney, arrested by Miami police while driving through a boat ramp after midnight while, he said, playing Pokémon Go. Miami-Dade Corrections
Phil Blakney, arrested by Miami police while driving through a boat ramp after midnight while, he said, playing Pokémon Go. Miami-Dade Corrections

‘Pokémon Go’ player popped after cops whiff pot cloud in car

July 14, 2016 05:58 PM

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