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A woman who reported someone for showing up at her residence and making threats to harm her was arrested when the police determined she falsified the claims against the man, who they believed she had never met before.

Just after midnight on June 16, 911 Emergency Assistance received a call from a woman in Iowa City who said she needed help from the police. She told them that she was pregnant with the child of a man she was no longer dating, and he was outside sending text messages that indicated he was going to harm her. She added that the man had a history of violent behavior.

Officers went to the residence and noticed a man walking away from the building. They started talking to him, and according to the police report, he said he never met the woman in person. He informed them that they began talking approximately a week ago on Snapchat. He said he had also been sending SMS messages and showed them his message history. The officers believed the content confirmed his statement regarding the situation.

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A Florida man was arrested when he reportedly caused a scene at a liquor store, hit a maintenance worker, and headbutted a police officer after an alleged drunken hit-and-run.

On June 16, a Cape Coral man went to a local liquor store to purchase a small bottle of Fireball. While he was there, the man was polite and even engaged in conversation with another patron. He paid the cashier and left the store but came back about a half hour later.

According to an employee, when the man walked in the second time, he seemed intoxicated. He tried to buy more alcohol, but the clerk would not sell it to him. The man reportedly became verbally combative, and allegedly spit on the worker before exiting the store.

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A man in Mississippi is facing a multitude of charges after the authorities allegedly found enough narcotics to believe he was trafficking, in addition to having several firearms in his home.

According to reports, the authorities had been watching the activities at the Jackson, Mississippi, residence of a 38-year-old man who they believed was involved in drug trafficking. After obtaining a search warrant on June 11, Capitol Police officers went to the home with agents from the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics.

The man was there when they arrived, and law enforcement entered the home. During the search of the residence, in addition to two rifles, two shotguns, and a pistol, the authorities reportedly found meth, marijuana, cocaine, crack, oxycodone, morphine, and over two dozen pills, some of which were identified as Xanax.

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A gas station worker in Arkansas was arrested after her employer named her the culprit when they reportedly found someone had stolen approximately $20,000 from the business by entering fake gas pump transactions.

Recently, a manager at the Circle K Convenience Store and Gas Station was looking over the books and doing the audits when they reportedly noticed a huge discrepancy in the numbers. It was reported that the business has an inventory process where they check the amount of money entered at the pumps against the amount of gas paid for. The manager found many transactions where money entered at the pumps was not accounted for, and they began investigating the situation.

According to reports, the situation was traced back several years, and between May 2023 and February 2024, it was found that approximately $20,000 was missing. After checking with the company that monitors the pumps, the management began to suspect the money had been stolen.

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During the traffic stop of a dad in West Virginia, an officer allegedly found a gun in the vehicle and a 7-ounce bag of methamphetamine in his teenage daughter’s sweatshirt.

On June 9, a man was cruising down the highway in Arlington with his 2 daughters, ages 12 and 14. A deputy from the Upshur County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling the area, and they noticed that the vehicle had dark-tinted windows. They also believed the exhaust was unusually loud, so they performed a traffic stop.

The driver pulled over, and when he first talked to the deputy, he was asked for the usual items, such as proof of registration. When he was unable to give that to the deputy, the vehicle’s status was checked. In addition to having illegal inspection stickers, the authorities discovered the car was reported stolen in Ohio. The man explained he made a deal with the owner and traded his truck for the vehicle. He said he still had to take care of the title change.

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An Arizona dad was arrested on several charges after allegedly allowing his sons to inhale nitrous oxide with him while on a four-wheeling excursion.

On June 4, a man took his 12- and 13-year-old sons on a day trip to Ash Fork so they could ride around on an ATV. According to reports, the dad brought containers of laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, and a balloon for inhaling the substance.

While they were there, one of the kids recorded a video. Their 16-year-old sister saw it, and she told their mother that she saw the boys sucking in air from balloons, and she believed they had nitrous oxide in them. They discussed it with him, and the man allegedly did not dispute using the substance and sharing it with their sons more than once during the hours they were out riding.

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A Florida man who was allegedly walking around his neighborhood without any clothing on was jailed despite reportedly offering the authorities what he believed was good justification for the act.

On the afternoon of June 9, a 73-year-old man from Lady Lake was hanging out in his community at the Recreation Plantation RV Resort. According to reports, he wanted to spend his Sunday in a state of total relaxation and he headed outside for a stroll around the neighborhood. While this is a typical weekend activity, the man reportedly changed it up when he left his clothing at home.

He walked past a few people, and when they saw the alleged spectacle, they called the authorities to report him and give them the address of the man’s trailer. Officers from the Lady Lake Police Department went to the RV and knocked on the door so they could talk to him about the claims.

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A Boston high school crossing guard was arrested twice in the same day for first allegedly assaulting a woman with a sign, and later attacking two local news cameramen.

On June 3, a 68-year-old man who works as a high school crossing guard for the Taunton Public School District was on duty when he spotted a car stopped in front of him. He approached the vehicle and reportedly became aggressive with the driver, who was dropping her daughter off at school. The woman said she had been sneezing and had to stop for a moment, and he allegedly got loud with her and insisted she move the car immediately.

The situation escalated, and the man allegedly thrust the sign he was holding through the window on the passenger side where the 12-year-old girl was sitting. Her mother got out of the car, and the crossing guard allegedly knocked her down and kicked her while she was on the ground.

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An 80-year-old Florida man is facing charges after it was believed he was driving under the influence when he crashed into the side of a supermarket.

On the afternoon of June 5, a man was driving through the parking lot at the Publix Supermarket in Jacksonville when two people walked in front of his vehicle. He hit the brakes to avoid potentially hitting them, but it caused his car to slam into the side of the building.

People heard the impact of the crash from inside the store, and they found the source of the sound when they saw the man’s vehicle. The authorities were alerted, and deputies with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office went to the location. When they talked to the higher-ups at Publix, they asked if the car could be left where it was, so they would not risk causing more damage to the building by removing it.

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A man without pants reportedly crashed a car through the glass entrance doors of a Florida jail before allegedly threatening to kill the police.

On the evening of June 3, the lobby at the Martin County Jail was quiet and empty until a man driving a Toyota sedan slammed into the glass doors leading to the lobby of the building. The vehicle came to a halt when it struck the steel doors.

The driver stepped out of the vehicle, and it was reported that he had a blouse on, but he was not wearing pants. He allegedly threatened to kill the law enforcement officers before pouring oil on the floor and telling them he was going to light a fire. He reportedly threw several rubber snakes on the ground as he continued making threats.

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