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Coeur d'Alene Video Going Viral

One is a very small bag of marijuana. The other is a Canadian rock band. The difference between "nickel sack" and "Nickelback" goes far beyond one letter, as an increasingly popular video shows. Two unidentified young men were detained June 20 by Kootenai County sheriff's deputies who used aggressive language and behavior over a potential misunderstanding between the two words. One of the young men recorded the incident, which was uploaded to YouTube on June 21 and already has about 25,000 views. The video begins with a male in the passenger seat of a vehicle, parked at Maverik gas station in Coeur d'Alene, preparing to hand over his identification to a deputy/Keith Cousins, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.

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