Safety Officials Urge Pokemon Go Players to Stay Aware

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The Pokemon Go app and its rampant popularity has forced the National Safety Countil to urge players to put safety first above their game scores before quote "a life is lost."  The ability of the game to lure players to locations and the fact that players interact with strangers while hunting the Pokemon has the attention of the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce as well.

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David K. Frattare ; Director of State Investigations,  Ohio ICAC Commander, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office 

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