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The mother of a young boy was arrested after police allegedly found cocaine and paraphernalia laid out on her child’s copy of The Cat in the Hat.

24-year-old Casey Quoka has a toddler and lives in Largo, Florida. She is reported as being employed as a bartender at a local Applebee’s Grill and Bar.

Quoka’s youngster reportedly owns a copy of the book “The Cat in the Hat.”

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A man was taken into custody after allegedly sprinting down the shoulder of an Arizona interstate without clothing.

21-year-old John Kramer was recently released from incarceration.

On April 9, Kramer reportedly made his way to Interstate 10 in Phoenix without a vehicle.

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A Michigan home inspector was allegedly caught on camera as he reportedly used an Elmo doll as a masturbatory aid in a client’s child’s nursery.

59-year-old Kevin Wayne VanLuven is employed as a home inspector in Michigan.

On March 12, VanLuven was hired to inspect a home that had recently sold.

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A Florida man accused of attempting to murder his ex-girlfriend with a gun reportedly yelled out declarations of love while being detained by deputies.

39-year-old Aaron James Thayer reportedly works in Connecticut since 2002, but he had a long-term relationship with a woman in Flagler County, Florida. The pair first united when the woman was 13-years-old, and they have a young daughter.

According to his girlfriend, for the previous few months, the couple has not been getting along. The woman reported that things had always been toxic between the pair and that Thayer had become physically abusive after she turned 18. They recently reportedly ended the relationship.

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A Florida man being processed out of jail after paying bail was taken back into custody on April Fool’s Day for allegedly swiping a webcam attached to a computer in the facility.

35-year-old Steven Lawrence Moran resides in Vero Beach, Florida.

At the end of February, Moran was taken into custody by the Indian River County Sheriff’s Department for a felony criminal mischief charge. He was incarcerated on a $1,000 bond.

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A man allegedly stalked a woman he previously worked with for over a month before reportedly shooting her husband and taking her hostage.

Justin Arthur-Ray Davis lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and recently left his place of employment.

Davis reportedly kept contacting one of his female coworkers for more than a month after severing ties with the company.

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A man allegedly attempting to manage his stress with masturbation was reportedly caught doing so in a Publix parking lot in the view of others.

22-year-old Cruz Humes lives in Margate, Florida. He has spent the last 7-years working for a Publix supermarket in Coral Springs.

Humes reported that he has recently been experiencing an overwhelming amount of stress. He discovered that masturbation gives him relief, but he does not feel he has enough privacy to do so in his residence.

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A Spartanburg man wearing only a plastic bag over his genitals reportedly forced deputies to wrestle him to the ground when they tried to detain him.

41-year-old Michael Boatman is a married South Carolinian who recently reportedly had an affair.

In an attempt to right his alleged wrong, Boatman reportedly chose to take what he dubbed a “walk of shame” to try to repair the damage to his relationship.

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A man walking down the street was allegedly found with a bag of what the police asserted was methamphetamine, but he reportedly told them it was salt for his ingrown toenail.

Around 4:30 am on March 30, an officer with the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office reportedly “observed a black male walking in the 300 block of Pink Street” in West Monroe.

The officer approached the man and identified him as 47-year-old John Combs. According to the affidavit, Combs hails from Chatham, but his physical address was listed as unknown.

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A father was arrested last week when he was allegedly caught street racing in West Houston with two youngsters in the back seat of the vehicle.

According to Houston authorities, the amount of street racing taking place in the area has increased exponentially and has led to approximately 100 recent arrests.

Around 5:00 PM on March 27, a deputy constable on patrol spotted two vehicles traveling on the road at a speed that led him to believe they were racing each other.

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