Police: Man caught with 19-inch TV in his pants

Police say the 21-year-old man from Columbia Heights also had -- in his pants -- a TV remote, power cords, a bottle of brake fluid and two Xanax pills.
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Police say the 21-year-old man from Columbia Heights also had -- in his pants -- a TV remote, power cords, a bottle of brake fluid and two Xanax pills.

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