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Police break up exorcism in Pennsylvania Home Depot lumber aisle

Police in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, broke up an exorcism in the lumber aisle of a home-improvement store Monday. Details are scarce on just what was going on inside the Home Depot on Commerce Drive in Dickson City, Penn., Monday afternoon, but police were called around 3:26 p.m. to escort several people out of the store for “bad behavior,” WBRE/WYOU is reporting.
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Pennsylvania Police Enlisted to Stop Exorcism Unfolding at Home Depot

Police officers in a Pennsylvania town responded to a rather unusual call this week when they were enlisted to break up an exorcism that was unfolding at a Home Depot. According to a local media report, the very bizarre incident occurred on Monday afternoon in the community of Dickson City when someone at the home improvement retailer reported what they described as "bad behavior" taking place at the store. When cops arrived on the scene, they discovered "people having an exorcism in the lumber aisle for the dead trees."
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DICKSON CITY, Pa. — Two people were removed from a business in Lackawanna County after conducting an exorcism, according to police. It happened Tuesday afternoon at the Home Depot in Dickson City. The ceremony for the dead trees was held in the lumber aisle of the store, according to a...
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DICKSON CITY, Penn. (WBRE/WYOU/WJW) — Police in Pennsylvania say they responded to a reported exorcism at a home improvement store. The incident took place on Monday at a Home Depot in Dickson City. According to officials, people were holding an exorcism for the trees on the lumber aisle. Dickson City...
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