Two people put their lives in danger and jump over zoo fence to play Pokemon Go before dawnBy Mason White 10:34 AM July 22, 2016
|Robin Bartholomy and Adrian Crawford|
By: Chan Yuan
A woman bragged on social media that she was breaking the law to catch Pokemon.
The woman and a man of Ohio, broke into a zoo by jumping over a fence to play Pokemon Go.
Robin Bartholomy, 25, wrote on Facebook: “I am not above breaking and entering for a Pokemon.”
Bartholomy and Adrian Crawford, 26, both of Toledo, were arrested and charged with criminal trespassing.
According to court documents, the pair jumped over the fence around 2:30 a.m., and they walked around the zoo to play the game. They were arrested outside the tiger exhibit.
Bartholomy and Crawford were taken to the Lucas County jail before being released on their own recognizance.
The pair reportedly admitted to being in the zoo for one hour, before being arrested.