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When the authorities tried to stop a driver that was allegedly seen running a red light, the man hesitated to pull over so that his female passenger would reportedly be able to conclude their in-motion sexual encounter.

Last Tuesday night, 55-year-old Rhonda Koppenhoefer was accompanying David Herring on a drive as a passenger in his Ford truck.

While engaged with the company of the woman, Herring failed to stop at a red traffic signal and caught the eye of law enforcement officers. When they threw on their lights to pull over Herring he reportedly hesitated and drove for an estimated 150 feet before complying with their summoning.

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An arrest was made when a daughter moving out of her home got into a heated argument with her mother over who would keep caring for the family hedgehog, and the fight reportedly became physical.

On Sunday, the 43-year-old mother of Emma Davisson was having a discussion with her 18-year-old about some issues she was having with the way her daughter was behaving at home. They were having trouble seeing eye-to-eye about how to resolve matters, and Davisson decided she would move out in response to the situation.

When she told her mom that she decided she was going to depart, Davisson allegedly said that she was going to bring along the family’s pet hedgehog. Her mother heartily protested and said that the younger children were the ones tending to the pet and they should be allowed to continue.

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A man who used to work for Disney World in Orlando is facing felony charges for allegations that he stole and then sold thousands of dollars in costumes and props from the park during the time that he worked there.

Last August, an animatronic from the Epcot area of Disney World valued at $7,000 went missing and an investigation into the theft was opened.

In November, 24-year-old Patrick Allen Spikes, a park employee at the time, was one of the suspects questioned about the incident. When speaking with the authorities Spikes said he did not steal anything from the theme park. He was still taken into custody for resisting arrest based on allegations that he had been uncooperative and argumentative when speaking with law enforcement, but the charges were dropped shortly afterward.

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A woman who was suspected of two separate incidents involving the abductions of toddlers in Los Angeles last week has been arrested as the perpetrator of one of the alleged kidnappings.

On Tuesday, the surveillance camera at a downtown Los Angeles McDonald’s recorded a 4-year-old child standing by himself near one of the tables. A woman can be seen approaching the boy before she picked him up and carried him towards the door of the restaurant. The woman was chased away when an onlooker intervened as the woman was allegedly trying to place the child inside a vehicle.

The following day, a toddler was walking with a relative when a woman reportedly tried to snatch the child. It was reported that she was unsuccessful in the alleged incident when the person with the child became suspicious of her behavior chased her away.

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A woman who used to work as the clerk of the small town of Rockville, South Carolina, has been accused of embezzling money during the time she was employed.

John’s Island resident Chelsea Bentz Schaffer began working as the clerk of Rockville in August 2017. The salary for her position was reported as being $300 per month for the first three months that she performed the job, and $500 for each month following.

Between the months of August 2017 and May 2018, it was discovered that the town’s accounts, funded through the collection of taxes from the nearly 150 people who reside in Rockville, were missing nearly $2,000.

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While fighting with her ex-boyfriend, a woman allegedly punched the man below the belt resulting in a bloody injury and several charges.

On Saturday, 32-year-old Micaela Huettner reportedly went to her ex-boyfriend’s Huntington Township home and allegedly let herself in, unbeknownst to him, while he was out for the evening.

Upon the man’s homecoming, he entered to find Huettner waiting for him, and she was allegedly in a less-than-friendly mood when she greeted him.

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A man who was allegedly under the influence was also accused of transporting two women under the guise that he was an Uber driver.

Last week, two women had gone out for drinks and ended up at the Cookout in Nashville, when they decided to hail an Uber so they wouldn’t be on the road after imbibing.

A vehicle approached and the women got inside, and both took a seat in the back.

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A man who allegedly assaulted his girlfriend with a cheeseburger to awaken her has been accused of domestic violence as a result of the event.

On May 4, 30-year-old Kyle Jamison Jones was awake in the wee hours of the morning in the apartment that he shares with his girlfriend of seven years.

Just after 4:00 am as the 28-year-old woman slumbered, Jones allegedly took a cheeseburger and slapped her across the face with it as a method of waking her up.

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After the police found a man in a public park who was reportedly naked while shooting hoops, they placed him under arrest despite his alleged explanation of the significance of the behavior.

Many people have heard and told stories about the implementation of practices and acts that they believe offer them assistance in improving their sports performance.

On May 12, around 8:00 pm, a man identified as 29-year-old Jordon Anderson was practicing basketball on the court in Longwood’s Candy Land Park. In what he would allegedly later describe as a method of helping him to become a more adept player, Anderson had reportedly removed all of his clothing in the public venue.

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An off duty deputy allegedly spotted an elderly man driving down the Interstate while seated atop his vehicle’s open sunroof with his arms in the air.

Near 1:00 pm, the deputy began to record the seemingly carefree spirit with his cam. The man can be seen with arms extended to his sides while his hair blows in the wind from the momentum of the vehicle’s alleged speed, which was reported as 100 miles per hour.

When 911 was alerted by the deputy, Highway Patrol located a vehicle that they believed was the car being operated by the suspect.