"I have no idea who put the stop - if it was sabotage - because we don't want kids showing up here."If children visit the property, some sex offenders living there might be placed at risk of being sent back to prison for violating conditions of their probation or parole, De Vaul said."Pokemon Go" is an augmented-reality game that makes digital monsters of various kinds pop up on players' cellphones along routes where they are walking or driving. Some places are designated as "Pokestops," where players can stock up on digital items, and "gyms" where the collected monsters can be used in digital battles.
Using digitized maps, gamers can see the location of monsters, Pokestops and gyms as far as a few blocks away.
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A registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday for playing Pokémon Go with children outside a courthouse, reports CBS affiliate WTTV.
The Hancock County Courthouse in Greenfield, Indiana, has become a popular "Pokestop," the station reports.
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The location-based game has a "Pokestop" at the outdoor sign for Sunny Acres, a 72-acre ranch in San Luis Obispo that includes a sober-living facility where 35 people live, KSBY-TV reported Tuesday."We have some criminals, we have some alcoholics, we have drug addicts, we have mentally ill, there are some sex offenders, yes," Sunny Acres founder Dan De Vaul told the station.
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