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Detroit Lions solve Bills laser caper, fan banned from games

Social media lit up this morning about the laser pointing incident and the fan responsible for it all following a tweet from a Fox Sports reporter at the NFL owners meetings in New York yesterday.

There's word this morning the Detroit Lions have nabbed the fan responsible for pointing a laser at several Bills players during last Sunday's game in Detroit. That's according to  Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports, who was at yesterday's NFL owner meetings.  Garafolo added that the Lions have banned the individual from games. 

@MikeGarafolo tweeted "Word from the league meetings today was the Lions caught the laster pointer guy from Sunday's game vs. Bills and he'll be banned from games.

Bills Quarterback Kyle Orton, Kicker Dan Carpenter and Kick Holder Colton Schmidt had all complained about a laser being pointed at them during the game.  

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