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A woman has been accused of starting a fire inside her ex-boyfriend’s home in an alleged emotional response to learning that he was having an affair with another woman.

47-year-old Tyetha Moore and her boyfriend resided together in a Pensacola, Florida, home until approximately a week ago when the woman reportedly parted ways with her man and moved out.

Early in the morning on November 7, Moore reportedly started speaking with some of her former neighbors and requested that they let her borrow some gasoline.

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When a driver was found with cases of liquor filling the passenger side of his vehicle during a traffic stop, he was placed under arrest for allegedly violating a Massachusetts law limiting the amount one is able to carry.

Around 7:30 pm on November 9, an officer’s attention was caught by a driver changing lanes on I-495 in a manner that he felt was improper. When it was reportedly noticed that the vehicle’s inspection tags had not been properly renewed since June 2017 he decided to pull him over.

After he approached the Chevy Suburban, the trooper reported that he saw cases of alcohol stacked on the floor of the passenger side which nearly reached the roof of the SUV. The cases allegedly held many bottles, an estimated $36,000 worth, of different spirits such as Jameson, Jack Daniels, and Ketel One.

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On Sunday evening, a Florida man was driving his Honda down US Highway 19 when police reportedly saw him racing down the road and operating his vehicle recklessly.

An officer with the Tarpon Springs Police Department initiated a traffic stop and approached the driver, identified as 52-year-old Jon Earl Pickard from Palm Beach.

The highway reportedly had a posted speed limit of 55 miles-per-hour, but the officer alleged that Pickard was going approximately 35-miles over the maximum.

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When a man reportedly decided he would use an electric shopping cart for transportation so he would not get in trouble for driving his vehicle after consuming alcohol, he was instead charged for taking off with a store’s property.

Just after midnight on November 10, someone placed a call to the Terrebonne Parrish Sheriff’s Department to let them know that a motorized shopping cart from Walmart that was meant for disabled shoppers was parked in a bar’s lot.

A deputy dispatched to the Houma, Louisiana, watering hole where the shopping cart was allegedly seen in a parking spot with a car on each side of it.

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A suspect has been accused of taking advantage of a 75-year-old woman who survived the Camp Fire by allegedly stealing over $63,000 from the insurance money issued to cover the victim’s losses.

In 2018, the Camp Fire, one of the worst fires California has ever experienced, forced an estimated 50,000 to relocate from their residences in addition to consuming the lives of several people.

At the end of July, the authorities learned about a 75-year-old woman who had lost her home in the fire and had received a check from her insurance company to assist her with the catastrophic event. They reportedly found that a 29-year-old California resident, Brenda Rose Asbury, had allegedly found a way to extract $63,100 from the woman’s settlement money.

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A Russian history professor who is renowned for his depiction of Napoleon was arrested after he was pulled out of a river while intoxicated and in possession of a backpack of limbs that had been removed from a woman’s body.

63-year-old Oleg Sokolov is a professor of history at Saint Petersburg State University who is well-versed in French military history, as well as a top player in historical re-enactment activities. Sokolov has shown a strong attachment to the life of Napoleon Bonaparte by writing more than one book about the French general, in addition to dressing in period costume to depict his likeness at historical events.

For the past 5-years, Sokolov had been dating an ex-student, Anastasia Yeshchenko, who also shared his passion for French history. The couple reportedly lived together and collaborated on some of Sokolov’s writings about Napoleon.

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A high school student who reportedly filmed a classmate while they were masturbating in the bathroom on campus allegedly passed the video around the school, and he is being charged with a felony for the accusations.

In an incident that was believed to have occurred last week, 18-year-old Armando Flores was in the bathroom at Braden River High School where he is enrolled as a student.

While he was there, Flores reportedly noticed that one of the other students appeared to be masturbating inside of a stall and he allegedly grabbed his cell phone to record the act. Flores was said to have angled the camera over the top of the restroom stall to capture the video.

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A man involved in a brutal fight with employees of a McDonald’s may be paralyzed for the rest of his life as a result of the assault.

62-year-old Marc Conn and his girlfriend Billie Joe Goldsworthy visited a McDonald’s located in Pittsburgh on Monday night.

While the couple was inside the restaurant, Conn reportedly began to argue with another patron. During the altercation, Conn tried to protect his girlfriend and remove her from harm’s way, and the employees of the establishment reportedly decided to intervene.

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A man from Louisiana is facing charges after he allegedly entered and fouled up a chicken coop on a stranger’s property while wearing no clothing.

On November 2, a homeowner reportedly looked outside to find a nude stranger inside of the chicken coop in his yard. The man said that the intruder appeared to be trying to wreck the inside of the structure and that he had also destroyed plants that were on the front porch before heading to the coop.

The man called the Ouachita County Sheriff’s Office to advise them of the alleged trespasser, and deputies came to his home to assist with the situation.

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The father of a 5-year-old has been accused of leaving his daughter at a haunted house for several hours without anyone to care for her.

On Halloween night, 35-year-old Charles Shawntay Jones reportedly brought his 5-year-old daughter to a Merritt Island, Florida, haunted house attraction.

Instead of accompanying the child, Jones allegedly departed from the location leaving the young girl to fend for herself inside the spooky residence.