Results for - McGruff The Crime Dog Sentenced To 16 Years Behind Bars

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McGruff the Crime Dog is a cartoon bloodhound created in the 1980s for the National Crime Prevention Council. McGruff is used by U.S. police in spreading crime awareness. The dog is often played by actors wearing the character's rain-coat costume as McGruff visits schools, does commercials and engages children through educational videos. Are you familiar with McGruff?

1. McGruff the Crime Dog is a cartoon bloodhound created in the 1980s for the National Crime Prevention Council. McGruff is used by U.S. police in spreading crime awareness. The dog is often played by actors wearing the character's rain-coat costume as McGruff visits schools, does commercials and engages children through educational videos. Are you familiar with McGruff?

Yes
64%
1,242 votes
No
36%
712 votes
Former McGruff actor John R. Morales was sentenced to 16 years in federal prison last week on drug and weapons charges related to his 2011 arrest in Galveston, Texas during which police found 1,000 marijuana plants, 27 weapons, including a grenade launcher, and 9,000 rounds of ammunition. Ironically, Morales was caught because real drug-sniffing dogs discovered his marijuana stash, leading police to the massive pot operation. Did you hear about this?

2. Former McGruff actor John R. Morales was sentenced to 16 years in federal prison last week on drug and weapons charges related to his 2011 arrest in Galveston, Texas during which police found 1,000 marijuana plants, 27 weapons, including a grenade launcher, and 9,000 rounds of ammunition. Ironically, Morales was caught because real drug-sniffing dogs discovered his marijuana stash, leading police to the massive pot operation. Did you hear about this?

Yes
12%
229 votes
No
88%
1,725 votes
Defense attorney Ken Fesler II claimed that Morales only got into the drug trade to help some sick relatives, but at his sentencing the judge did not go easy on him. Do you feel the 16 year sentence is appropriate?

3. Defense attorney Ken Fesler II claimed that Morales only got into the drug trade to help some sick relatives, but at his sentencing the judge did not go easy on him. Do you feel the 16 year sentence is appropriate?

Yes
38%
747 votes
No
21%
419 votes
Undecided
40%
788 votes
02/10/2014 News 1954 24 By: Bboopy13
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