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A Colorado man who works as an AirLife chopper pilot was reportedly caught driving under the influence of alcohol while he was on his way to his work base to fly a medical helicopter. 

On the evening of January 7, a deputy with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling a local highway. 

A vehicle drove past him, and he reported that the driver crossed over the double yellow line. The deputy also reported that he was driving 15 miles over the posted speed limit. 

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A woman from central Florida may face charges after allegedly trying to steal from a convenience store and striking an employee with Slim Jim meat sticks when they tried to stop her. 

Around 3:00 PM on January 23, a woman walked into the convenience store attached to a Citgo Gas Station in Pinellas Park. 

According to the police report, as soon as the potential patron entered the building, she began to verbally harass one of the store employees.  

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A Florida Man is facing charges after allegedly assaulting a pregnant woman and biting one of the officers that helped to detain him. 

On January 21, around 5:30 PM, a woman who is 5 weeks pregnant notified the police about her 36-year-old boyfriend after he allegedly physically assaulted her. She reported that he violently threw her around, and then left the residence. 

The authorities looked for the suspect, but they were unable to find him until the following afternoon when they spotted the man while he was at an Express Grocery Store. 

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A 29-year-old alleged serial rapist in South Carolina has been accused of using internet apps for over a year to meet and sexually assault several women. 

Approximately 18 months ago, the Richland County Sheriff’s Office received notification from a woman who said she had been raped.  

The alleged victim did not choose to file a report about the incident. 

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A man from Arizona who reportedly proclaims to be a “furry” with a dog fetish allegedly used the internet to groom and kidnap a 13-year-old boy from Utah. 

It was reported that a few weeks before Christmas, the mother of a boy, 13, found conversations she deemed inappropriate on his cell phone. The messages were reportedly sent through the Roblox game and the Oculus VR system. 

The information and electronics were given to the police, and the family went on vacation. 

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A temp cafeteria worker at a Louisiana high school was arrested and charged after allegedly selling homemade marijuana edibles to some of the students. 

Last week, a woman from Kentwood who was placed as a temporary worker by the ESS Staffing Agency in the cafeteria at Sumner High School in the Tangipahoa Parish School System reportedly brought home baked sweets to the campus. 

It was reported that one of the students at the school bought a treat from the woman, and they believed the woman was selling handcrafted marijuana edibles. 

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A North Carolina woman is facing an extensive list of criminal charges after the authorities allegedly found two children without adult supervision and an abundance of drugs and drug paraphernalia in her residence.  

A 24-year-old woman who resides in Bladenboro, North Carolina had two children in her home last week, and people in the neighborhood got the impression that the kids were not being treated properly. 

The suspicions were reported to the authorities, and deputies from the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office went to investigate the situation with workers from the Bladen County Department of Social Services. 

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A Texas high school student was jailed for several charges when he allegedly injured an officer with scissors after he was reportedly found with THC vape oil on campus. 

On January 18, a 17-year-old student at China Spring High School was reportedly seen passing an object to a fellow classmate while they were together in the bathroom.  

The Independent School District officer who reportedly witnessed the hand-off believed that the item looked like a vape pen. 

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A mother and daughter in Tennessee have been charged with theft after allegedly stealing a dog that someone left outside in freezing temperatures during a winter storm and refusing to give it back to the owners. 

Around 5:00 PM on December 23, a deputy with the Bluff City Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office went to a home after they received a complaint about an animal. 

It was reported that the temperature outside was eight degrees Fahrenheit, and the deputy saw a female German Shepherd chained up in the backyard. The owners were not at home. The dog was inside of a makeshift shelter constructed with a plastic doghouse, straw, and a tarp. It was not an enclosed structure. 

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An Illinois elected school board official was arrested in the first hour of the new year for allegations of driving under the influence of alcohol. 

At approximately 1:00 am on New Year’s Day, the authorities performed a traffic stop on the driver of a Toyota Highlander whose vehicle struck a curb. 

When the driver pulled over, the police said she did not immediately give them her license, and it was believed that she was drunk.  

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