On Monday (July 18), a Baltimore Police Department officer’s bodycam captured a car careening into a parked patrol car. Officers chased the car down, and the driver said ”that’s what I get for playing this dumb ass game.”

T.J. Smith of the Baltimore police department held a press conference about the incident. ”We’d rather people certainly be playing games than committing crime but there is a danger element that’s also associated with this,” he said. In addition to the car crash, he noted there were two robberies this week that featured Pokémon Go players robbed of their phones, in one case by an armed attacker.

Pokémon Go developer Niantic used data from an earlier augmented-reality game, Ingress, to determine the locations of Pikachu and friends. It says that it makes sure Pokémon hotspots are publicly accessible and safe for pedestrians, but also encourages players to report dangerous locations to developers.

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