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A man in Manhattan reportedly walked past a 2-year-old seated in a stroller being pushed by his nanny and allegedly proceeded to slice the child’s face, leaving a wound that required stitches.

On the morning of July 1, a 2-year-old boy was sitting in his stroller while he and his nanny were out for a walk.

As the two were on their excursion, a man reportedly advanced upon them.

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A man accused of discharging a firearm into the air, stealing a vehicle, and forcing the police on a high-speed chase, reportedly careened the car from a cliff edge into the ocean before being arrested.

Last Tuesday afternoon, the Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office received word that a man allegedly discharged a firearm into the sky before he stole a car and left its owner as he left the scene.

When deputies located the vehicle and tried to perform a traffic stop, the driver reportedly did not comply and began to increase his driving speed.

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A Nevada man and his son have been arrested and accused of many sexual crimes against young females with whom they reportedly had an established relationship.

Early in June, 44-year-old Jaime Oseguera was taken into custody for allegations that he had sexually abused young girls for 15 years. The authorities purport that the abuse took place from 2005 to 2020.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Crimes Against Children unit continued looking into the situation, and they believe they discovered more young females who were victims of sexual abuse at Oseguera’s hands.

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When a man at a Little Rock pizza parlor allegedly became disgruntled over being offered less than what he considered the proper amount of toppings on his pie, he reportedly fired a gun through the front window of the building.

Just before 4:00 pm on July 29, Five Pie Pizza restaurant was reportedly visited by a man and woman who placed an order after entering the establishment.

When the food was given to the customers, the male took a gander at the item he was presented and allegedly asserted that he was intentionally gypped on the amount of toppings placed on his pizza.

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When an Oklahoma woman accepted a dare and attempted to steal one of the swastika flags from a nearby resident’s yard, the man allegedly shot her four times in a purported attempt to protect his property.

Early in the morning on June 28, a 26-year-old woman was attending a get together that resulted in someone at the gathering challenging her to take one of two swastika flags flying outside a neighboring home.

The woman decided to partake in the endeavor, and she crossed the road and grabbed one of the flags from the bracket which held the pole in place.

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After reviewing the video from the scene, the authorities reportedly identified and arrested four men for allegedly attempting to dismantle the Andrew Jackson statue in Washington D.C.

On June 22, protests were taking place in Lafayette Square when four men began attempting to destroy the statue of Andrew Jackson that stands in the nation’s capital.

As reported by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, video footage showed the men in the act of trying to take down and destroy the statue.

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A man in Louisiana reportedly took a dip in a 13,000-gallon aquarium at a Bass Pro Shops in a purported attempt to appease his audience after his TikTok post received thousands of  “likes.”

On June 25, a patron at a Bass Pro Shop in Bossier City recorded a video on her cell phone when she reportedly spotted a fully-clothed man immersed in the aquarium with the fish. The woman can be heard on the recording stating that she thought the man may be in danger of drowning.

The video reportedly showed a man in the aquarium before climbing out and running out of the establishment.

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A married couple from Virginia accused of pilfering more than $1.4 M from the Paycheck Protection Program was taken into custody at the airport when it was discovered they were leaving the U.S. in a purported attempt to escape criminal penalties.

Since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) put many small businesses in danger of having to shut their doors, the U.S. Small Business Association began offering a loan called the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). It was designed to help owners keep their employees on the payroll during the pandemic.

A press release from the Justice Department informed the public that they found purportedly fraudulent PPP applications submitted to at least a dozen institutions during the months of April and May, and they asserted the responsible parties were a couple from Ashburn.

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The actor who played Alfalfa in the 1994 movie adaptation of The Little Rascals was arrested in Texas for accusations that he was inhaling dusting spray from the can.

35-year-old Brandon Bug Hall-Barnett is an actor featured in several movies and television series, such as The Little Rascals, Honey We Shrunk Ourselves, Kelly Kelly, Harley and the Davidsons, and many other productions.

On June 20, the authorities were reportedly alerted by a member of Hall’s family and asked to check on the man, who they believed may have overdosed at a hotel in Weatherford, Texas. It was additionally reported that the police received calls about someone that was believed to be “huffing” near the dumpster.

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A woman from Eagle Lake, Florida was arrested after she allegedly dialed 911 many times in a purported attempt to get a ride to a different city.

Sarah Alameh is a 31-year-old woman who resides in Eagle Lake, a city about an hour south of Orlando.

In the early morning hours on June 24, Alameh was reportedly in the parking lot outside a hospital.

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