Fake DEA agent arrested for bringing BB gun to Disney Springs

Deputies say they found identical badges to the one he presented for sale on Amazon.

BAY LAKE, Fla. — An 18-year-old attempting to enter Disney Springs was arrested Friday for carrying a BB gun and pretending to be a Drug Enforcement Administration agent, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. 

Deputies were alerted to Nataniel Smith by Disney Security who said they believed he was in possession of a concealed weapon during a security checkpoint at the outdoor dining, shopping and entertainment complex.

Security also accused Smith of claiming to be law enforcement. So, deputies asked and Smith told them he was recently hired as a DEA agent out of Georgia before presenting them with a fake badge, according to an arrest report.

When deputies asked for ID, Smith said he didn’t have it with him and that “he was upset with himself as it was against DEA policy to

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3 Reasons Disney Is a Safe Stock to Buy Right Now

Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) has been a tricky company to figure out lately. On one hand, its largest business, theme parks, has been operating on a limited basis during the pandemic, causing revenue and profits to crater. On the other hand, Disney’s streaming services are adding subscribers at a brisk pace and could grow to be worth far more to the House of Mouse than the parks and resorts over the long term.  

With the stock down 17% year to date, some investors might be wondering if now is a good time to buy Disney stock. Here are three reasons why it’s safe to buy Disney.

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1. Disney is still producing cash

Despite the complete shutdown of parks, resorts, and cruise lines for the entire fiscal third quarter, Disney still managed to generate $454 million in free cash flow. With some parks operating on a limited basis

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