Four teens from Iowa who reputedly 'met' on XBOX Live have absconded with one another. Corey Sunderman, who is 16 years old, and his friend Austin Boggs, who is 13, are missing along with Jazlyn Visek, 15, and Skie Floyd, also 15. The boys had a small run-in with police on Friday night after they snuck out of Corey's house to go skateboarding, and were brought home by police because they were out after curfew. Sunderman's mom, Crystal, said that she took all of the shoes and put them in a bag in her room, expecting that the boys would not be able to run out again and skateboard without proper footwear. Instead of trying to sneak out again to go skateboarding, however, it appears that they got crazier ideas in their heads, grabbed some boots out of the garage, and were discovered to be missing on Saturday morning when Tony, Corey's father, got up to go to work and found that his wife's laptop and $400 from his paycheck were also mysteriously absent, along with a '97 Jeep that had been parked outside the family's home.
Earlier today Xbox Live users were experiencing problems with the gaming history in their Xbox live profiles. A mess of crap was happening including an entire loss of gaming history and resetting precious GamerScores to zero. It seems that loading up a game or earning an achievement would cause this loss of data for a majority of its users, resulting in achievement history being replaced and reset, games unlocking all of its achievements at once upon loading, loss of purchase history and profile data (such as the self-edited biographies or Avatar's clothes).
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