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A Florida man who shares the name of the iconic Samuel L. Jackson allegedly threatened to shoot an officer involved in his arrest after he was in a car wreck, presumably caused by his driving under the influence.

In the evening on October 11, the Palm Bay police were alerted about an accident involving more than one vehicle and resulting in injuries.

When they dispatched to the scene one of the drivers, identified as 43-year-old Samuel L. Jackson, allegedly appeared as if he had been drinking when the police spoke with him. They reported that the man, who is not related to the actor, had an alcohol odor emanating off of his person, and his eyes were rather reddened.

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Three employees of an assisted living and memory care facility have been accused of abusing elderly patients and encouraging them to fight each other in what was purported as a source of their entertainment.

A relative of a resident of the Danby House in Winston-Salem, NC, got in touch with the Winston-Salem Police Department to report that they believed their loved one and at least one other person was being mistreated by the staff. Both of the women who were reportedly being subjected to the abuse live with dementia and exceed the age of 70.

The state Department of Health and Human Services worked with the police department in a combined effort to try to learn the details behind the allegations.

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A man with a previous conviction involving a sex crime with a minor has been accused of walking 351 miles in an alleged attempt to fornicate with a teenager that he reportedly believed was 14-years-old.

On October 1, a man made contact with someone on Facebook using the name “Kylee” with the profile information of a 14-year-old girl. The girl was listed as a resident of Neenah, Wisconsin.

A Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputy with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force was operating the account associated with Kylee’s profile in an attempt to try to find people with the intention of making inappropriate contact with underage internet users.

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When a man’s grandmother would not give him the money he asked her for he allegedly forced her down in order to take it from the underwear she was wearing at the time.

On August 30, a 63-year-old woman notified the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office to report that her 19-year-old grandson had come to her residence and robbed money from her in an aggressive manner.

The alleged victim told the authorities that when her family member, Memphis resident Jared Otte, came into her house he attempted to pressure her into giving him money. The woman said that when she denied complying, Otte shoved her onto a bed and would not allow her to get up as he lifted up the dress she had on. She reported that her grandson proceeded to aggressively take $10 that she had placed inside of her underpants.

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A 20-year-old University of Iowa student allegedly presented an identification card to the police with the name “McLovin” on it when he was reportedly drinking in a bar.

Around 12:30 am on October 11, the police went into the Airliner Bar to check the premises.

When they came upon Daniel Burleson, who they believed was underage but was allegedly carrying around an alcoholic beverage and wearing a bar-issued wristband, the officers started to question him. While they were speaking with Burleson he reportedly told them he was indulging in a vodka-based drink. When they asked him to show his ID card, Burleson allegedly denied the request resulting in his being taken out of the establishment by the police.

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A Texas man has been accused of robbing a bank in order to pay for the costs associated with his wedding, including his bride-to-be’s ring.

After getting engaged early in the summer, 30-year-old Heath Edward Bumpus and his fiancée were reportedly planning to wed on Saturday, October 5, and they intended to hold their reception at the Cochino Lodge in Houston.

On Friday, around 11:30 am, Bumpus allegedly showed up at the Citizens State Bank in Groveton and calmly went inside using the entrance at the back of the building.

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A New Jersey man was allegedly driving an e-scooter and he is facing charges for allegations that he was navigating the electric vehicle while intoxicated.

In May, the city of Hoboken employed a 6-month program in order to see how beneficial it would be if electric scooters were readily available for people to rent as a mode of transportation. Their goal is to reduce traffic and give people an accessible and more environmentally friendly way to get around the city. The e-scooters have been issued an 18 MPH speed limit, and they are only permitted to be driven on the street and in bike lanes.

On Sunday afternoon, Hoboken officers reported that they spotted a man who was allegedly walking around in an off-balance manner, and they allegedly watched him proceed to unlock and climb on an e-scooter.

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When one of the members of his bride’s wedding party became heavily intoxicated the groom allegedly sexually took advantage of her when he was asked to help escort her to safety.

On August 30, Daniel J. Carney, his fiancée, and their wedding party were celebrating with rafting and drinks on the Delaware River a couple of days before the big event.

While they were still on the water, one of the bridesmaids reportedly consumed so much alcohol that she was unable to partake in the water sports and had a hard time maintaining full consciousness.

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A homeless man who asked a woman to date him allegedly pulled a machete out of his belt and frightened her after she denied his request for her exclusive company.

Around 7:00 pm on October 4, 55-year-old Leonard Thomas from Clearwater, Florida, was reportedly spending time with a female acquaintance.

During their time together Thomas allegedly verbalized a desire to date the woman, and she reportedly expressed that she was not interested in his proposal.

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Portland Police found a suspect they purport is responsible for burglarizing more than one food cart in the area, and they believe that he used a drone to help him illegally enter the establishments.

On October 1, in Northeast Portland, two vendors at the Piedmont Station Food Carts, Hapa Howie’s and PDX Dönerländ, were allegedly victims of break-ins involving the theft of valuables and money from inside their food pods.

Some of the items the establishments reported stolen were computer equipment, cash, audio electronics, cooking utensils, and business checks.