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The mother of a 3-year-old girl was incarcerated and charged after it was asserted that she withheld food, neglected at home and medically, and abused the child to the point that the youngster almost died.

24-year-old Celia M. Lara-Licon lives in Joplin, Missouri, and she is the mother of three children with different fathers.

According to news sources, Lara-Licon, who received physical custody of her 3-year-old a year and a half ago, is in the midst of working with the Missouri Department of Social Services regarding each of her children and their respective dads.

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An Indiana man who got into a single-vehicle car accident was accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol in addition to violating the state-issued stay-at-home order. 

20-year-old Bloomington resident Joseph Baker was reportedly out until the very early morning hours on March 25.

While Baker was reportedly operating a Ford F-150, the vehicle veered off the roadway and smashed into the surrounding trees.

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A couple who reportedly met a woman while they were visiting bars in Key West was accused of sexually taking advantage of their new friend when she was too drunk to take care of herself.

On January 24, 23-year-old Eleanora Kurban and her boyfriend 28-year-old Bryce Summerlin were reportedly on a vacation away from their Maryland residence and spending some time in Key West, Florida.

The pair reportedly decided to pay a visit to the Viva Saloon, where they were holding karaoke for the patrons for the evening’s entertainment.

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A married couple in Illinois is facing several serious charges after a gun was allegedly discharged in their home in front of five children.

On March 26, 36-year-old Shari Beintema called the authorities and reported that she needed assistance regarding a situation at her home involving herself and a male.

Another person had also notified the police and they reportedly said that they thought they heard a gunshot from the same address.

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MMA fighter Jonathan Dwight Jones was apprehended after police accused him of driving while intoxicated, and discharging a firearm.

32-year-old Jonathan Dwight Jones, known to mixed martial arts fans as Jon “Bones” Jones, became the youngest person to ever hold the title of light heavyweight champion in the UFC on March 19, 2011. Jones won for a second time on October 10, 2018, and he is the current holder of the light heavyweight championship title.

Around 1:00 am last Thursday, the Albuquerque authorities were hailed by a person who reported that they heard gunshots in the area.

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A man in Los Angeles allegedly tried to scam people out of financial investments by asking them to endorse a drug he reportedly claimed he created that was successful for curing COVID-19, and he is facing federal charges for the accusation.

53-year-old Keith Lawrence Middlebrook has a large online presence on social media under the name “The Real Iron Man.”

Middlebrook reportedly had an Instagram account as well as a YouTube channel where he marketed items such as a product claiming to reverse the aging process, in addition to having an acting career with small roles in several well-known television shows and movies.

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A man is facing charges after more than two-dozen cases of N-95 masks were reportedly stolen from a nonprofit building supply center and an ad he allegedly placed to sell them led to his arrest.

On March 6, the ReBuilding Center reported to the authorities that between 20 and 25 cases, each holding 400 N-95 masks were missing from their premises, and they believed they had been stolen.

The ReBuilding Center, located in Beaverton, Oregon, has a mission to help with “all people and materials, particularly those perceived as liabilities and often cast aside by society, are respected and valued as community assets,” according to their website. The nonprofit had intended to donate the masks to hospitals so the workers would have more supplies for protection while they tend to patients during the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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A man was arrested after the authorities deemed him responsible when he and his girlfriend were allegedly discovered nude and in the middle of a physical altercation after the woman reportedly threw a napkin soaked with urine at him.

Robert Janisch, 21, and his girlfriend of approximately half a year were out together on the evening of March 22.

The pair reportedly ended up parking the vehicle they were in at the lot designated for shoppers of the Clearwater Mall.

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A woman who allegedly assaulted and injured her boyfriend reportedly told one of the responding paramedics that she had the coronavirus before allegedly coughing spittle in his face.

38-year-old Lady Lake resident LaDonald Shakkie Holmes was with her boyfriend in the early morning hours on March 18.

While the couple was in bed together Holmes reportedly wanted to share a sexual encounter with her beau, but the man did not share her desire at the time.

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When a Louisiana man made an assumed attempt to post a humorous message on Facebook in reference to the movie “World War Z,” the authorities did not find it funny and responded by arresting the suspect for terrorism.

27-year-old Waylon Allen Bailey resides in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

Recently, the man reportedly created a Facebook post stating, “SHARE SHARE SHARE ! ! ! ! JUST IN: RAPIDES PARISH SHERIFFS OFFICE HAVE ISSUED THE ORDER, IF DEPUTIES COME INTO CONTACT WITH “THE INFECTED’ SHOOT ON SIGHT….Lord have mercy on us all. #Covid9teen #weneedyoubradpit,” purportedly comparing the current state of the world to the movie World War Z.