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Deion Bonner's Twitter Led UGA Police To Stolen iPods Somehow

Deion Bonner really doesn't seem like college material, guys. In pretty much any other instance, you'd keep innocent-until-proven-guilty in mind, but I'd say the evidence presented on his own Twitter account [now disabled!] is sufficient for me. Remember how Bonner and company (The Bonner Party) visited the Georgia Bulldogs facility on April 7, with iPods and iPhones turning up missing from the team's locker room immediately after?

On April 7, Bonner tweeted "uga today" in the morningfollowed by "wanna sell this ipod" later that night. He also mentions it being an 8 gigabyte model, that there's nothing wrong with it, and that he's selling it because he has an extra.

Still don't get what's so hard to understand about Twitter being public. If you're going to steal from very well-known people who conduct their daily business in a town known for extremely eager law enforcement, be sure to post about it on LinkedIn, not Twitter.

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