Now that Easter has come and gone, I am struck by the number of Easter Bunny-related crimes and legal stories I have read in the past few days. I feel these need to be summed up somewhere in the interest of furthering Easter Bunny jurisprudence and future Easter safety. Below is a list of what I came across recently -- please help me build this list with other Easter Bunny-related matters I undoubtedly missed: 1. "Operation Hippity Hop," West Palm Beach, Fla., March 28, 2012 The West Palm Beach Police Dept. launched "Operation Hippity Hop," an undercover operation involving a police officer in a pink Easter Bunny costume. The bunny/officer stood on the side of a road with a sign reading, "Have a safe, hoppy holiday. Buckle up!" When motorists not wearing a seat belt passed by, the bunny secretly radioed a fellow officer up the street, leading to over 50 seat belt violations (carrying a $116 citation) in the first two hours of Operation Hippity Hop. 2. Arrest of Mall Easter Bunny on illegal prescription drug charges, Danville, Va., April 7, 2012 After a man hired to "provide Easter fun" as a costumed Easter Bunny at a Virginia mall...

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