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Locksmith Accused of Breaking into Neighbor’s Home; Arrested

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Locksmith Accused of Breaking into Neighbor's Home; Arrested

The crime took place in December, when a locksmith was accused of breaking in and stealing many of the things and credit cards of his mother’s neighbor’s house. This crime happened in Mishawaka, Indiana.

Named Steven William Lowel, the thief locksmith was identified by his mother, after he was caught on the cameras using the cards. The theft took place in the house next to his mother’s, on December 6. The house owners, Gary and Sandra Lack, were not at the house when this happened.

But when they received a message of credit card usage, they rushed home only to find all their card and many other items missing from their house, but the lock was not broken. When they checked the CCTV footage of Meijer’s Store, where the credit card was used, they were shown the identity of the alleged thief. He was then identified by his mother, who is also the neighbor of Lack’s. Then everyone also came to know that Lowel is a locksmith, due to which the lock was not broken.

He was then arrested on December 13, after police found out the missing things in Lowel’s home. 3 charges were put on him, including count of burglary, count of theft, and count of fraud.

Though due to this incident many people started fearing the locksmiths, not every locksmith is bad. If you really need help of the locksmiths, then you must check out the reviews of the concerned person before you hire them. And some of the locksmiths, such as on 247locksmiths.io, are really trustworthy as per the reviews you will see on the web.

Michelle has been a part of the journey ever since Bigtime Daily started. As a strong learner and passionate writer, she contributes her editing skills for the news agency. She also jots down intellectual pieces from categories such as science and health.

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Russian Lawmakers Plan to Restrict the Email Access Using Telephone Verification

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Russian lawmakers have proposed to make it mandatory for internet users to verify their identity with phone numbers before gaining access to email. The State Duma has already made such a rule that put the same restrictions on the use of all instant messengers. The team of lawmakers led by senators Andrey Klishah and Alexander Bashkin, have also proposed to make it mandatory for email services to block messages containing any information that is banned in Russia. This action needs to take place within 24 hours from the time the state authorities notify of the issue.

The draft law’s explanatory note claims, “The adoption of this legislation will significantly reduce the number of false terrorist messages distributed through email services, create the legal conditions for bringing criminals to justice, and reduce the economic damage from such communications.”

The new email verification law will stop cyber crimes in the country and will provide hassle-free Internet service to Russians. Russia’s RuNet isolation law was also passed earlier this year. Senates Klisha and Bashkin were the co-authors of this law. The legislation is now allowing Russia’s federal authorities to command and take control over Russia’s Internet exchange points with the outside world. Russia can not create an infrastructure with the help of this theoretical law to make the country’s internet operate in isolation from the rest of the world. Russia government’s official censor, Roskomnadzor is authorized for running sustainable and safe internet services in the country.

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