Two Cited for Trespassing at Toledo Zoo After Hours to Play Pokemon GO

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It was only a matter of time before Pokémon GO users started going places where they’re not allowed in order to fill their Pokédexes.

According to court documents, a Toledo couple was found trespassing inside the Toledo Zoo around 2:30 a.m.  on Thursday, WNWO reports. They were allegedly found playing the popular game when they were caught and arrested by the Toledo Police near the tiger cage.

The two, Robin Bartholomy and Adrian Crawford, each face a charge of criminal trespassing. If convicted, both of them could face a maximum of 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.

Here's one of them explaining herself.

Given the luck of the average Pokémon GO player, jail time was probably not worth the Rattatas and Weedles they probably caught while inside the zoo.


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