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Like many urban legends, it has several versions, and has been found in print as early as February - Story "Bedtime for Sam. A young girl is home alone for the first time with only her dog for company. Listening to the news, she hears of a killer on the loose in her neighborhood. Terrified, she locks all the doors and windows, but she forgets about the basement window and it is left unlocked.
A Teen Went Viral For Licking Ice Cream & Putting It Back. Now, She May Face Serious Consequences
Still from store video showing the suspected "Blue Bell Licker" and her boyfriend. The girl, a juvenile whose name has not been released, has been identified by Lufkin, Texas police as the person who licked a tub of ice cream in a Walmart store then put it back in the freezer. East Texas police say a San Antonio juvenile is the person whose face is partially visible in a short video showing her licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream in Walmart before putting the lid back on and returning it to the freezer.
Because of this revelation, she will not be facing up to 20 years behind bars as police previously indicated was possible had she been charged with second-degree felony tampering. We cannot speak for them as to what charge she will face in the juvenile justice system. The teen was recorded giggling with delight while opening up and licking a carton of Blue Bell ice cream at a Walmart before putting the container back into a store freezer. Police announced Friday they would not be releasing the girl's name because of her age. The case will now be turned over to the Texas Juvenile Justice Department.