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Student arrested for flamingo theft creates online fundraiser

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Devin Nottis is reaching out to the internet to raise funds for his legal fees. 

Devin Nottis created an online donation campaign through a popular fundraising website in hopes of raising $5,000 for his defense. $30 has been donated to his campaign. 

Nottis’ bond was set at $17,300 for grand larceny, two counts of animal cruelty and trespassing.

Nottis gained national attention after allegedly kidnapping a flamingo from the Hattiesburg Zoo.

See all of the details here. http://www.studentprintz.com/student-custody-flamingo-theft/

Yolanda Cruz
Social Media and Copy Editor. Senior News Editorial Journalism major/Political Science minor at The University of Southern Mississippi. Honors College Ambassador. Love reading, watching movies, and listening to music. Hoping to move to a big city one day.
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