Local Cops Thought Crime Would Be Down Because Of 'Game Of Thrones.' They Were Wrong.

There apparently isn’t much correlation between “Game of Thrones” watchers and criminals in Palm Beach County.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office reported its weekend crime stats Monday, and the law enforcement agency had hoped maybe some criminals had stayed home to catch up on the latest intrigues in Westeros.

“We thought it was going to be a slow weekend because of the return of #GameofThrones but nope, we were wrong!” PBSO tweeted.

Local cops thought crime would be down because of 'Game of Thrones.' They were wrong.
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