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GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN — U.S. Attorney Andrew Birge announced that Tiffany Renee Pryor, formerly of Lansing, Michigan, was convicted of making a false declaration to a grand jury and sentenced to six months’ incarceration and six months’ home confinement, to be followed by two years’ supervised release. Pryor had offered false exculpatory testimony before a grand jury investigating a case regarding a felon who was in possession of a firearm.

The opioid crisis has produced broken families, shattered lives and indescribable tragedy throughout the United States. Drug overdoses have claimed more than 300,000 lives since the year 2000 and have become the leading cause of injury death in the country. In 2016, more than two million Americans had an addiction to prescription or illicit opioids. No community is immune to this “crisis next door.”

The extremely popular video game Fortnite is coming to Android sometime this summer, and the fanbase is going wild. Not surprisingly, mobile malware developers are taking advantage. Already, there are several videos on YouTube with links claiming to be versions of Fortnite for Android. Spoiler alert: they're fake.


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