Legal Trouble for Former Boy Scout Leaders

Boyscout leaders face felony charges for allegedly destroying rock formation in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park.
3:00 | 02/01/14

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Our "Instant index" was trending this Saturday night. Perhaps you'll remember the two former boy scout leaders and their infamous knockdown in Utah's goblin state park. They're in legal trouble after this video first went viral last wall. Glen Taylor, David hall laughing after destroying that rock formation millions of years old. The court date is set they now face felony charges. What a winter it's been. Particularly driving in it all. Look at this. A terrifying close call in Ontario, Canada. Caught on dash cam video. This tractor trailer driving down a snow-covered road and straight ahead trying to pass a snow plow. Everyone apparently going too fast to stop. What are you doing? No, no! Just incredible. Believe it or not. Nobody was hurt. That other truck never stopped. Authorities are looking for that driver tonight. And a different kind of feat. A world record broken. Cyclist, 102 years old. Breaking his own previous record. Riding 16.7 miles in one hour. The retired firefighter said he plans to break more records and soon.

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