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A Florida inmate was taken to the hospital for surgery and reportedly got his hands on a janitorial outfit to disguise himself while allegedly escaping from custody.

39-year-old Jermaine Henderson hails from Miami, and he is on probation for a case involving an armed robbery.

On January 5, Henderson was driving through town when two officers saw him and asserted that he was not wearing his seatbelt while operating the vehicle.

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Two men were arrested after the authorities allegedly connected them to criminal activity using DNA left on a cigar at the site of grave robberies in a Florida cemetery.

43-year-old Brian Tolentino resides in Davenport, and 39-year-old Juan Lopez is a resident of Lake Wales. Both men originally hail from Puerto Rico.

Tolentino has a felony record, and Davenport worked as a police officer before they came to the incorporated U.S. mainland.

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At least 10 people were severely harmed when a man wielding a large wooden object reportedly made his way through a section of New York City on foot and in two stolen vehicles.

43-year-old Bryan Thompson lives in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Last Sunday evening, Thompson was reportedly in a Tribeca subway platform when he allegedly took a wooden object and began to attack random people.

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Two women are facing charges after the authorities reportedly found 200 people gathered in a Newark warehouse that the pair was allegedly using as a nightclub offering illegal alcohol sales and gambling.

26-year-old Denisse Tinizaray and Katherine Tinizaray, 28, are sisters who reside in Newark, New Jersey.

Just after midnight on December 27, an officer with the Newark Police reportedly saw many people entering a warehouse usually used for indoor sports.

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A Kansas woman was arrested after the police saw her drenched in blood at her father’s residence, where he was purportedly murdered.

30-year-old Jennifer Jackson and her father Charles live in Topeka, Kansas, but they do not share the same residence.

On December 11, Jennifer showed up at her dad’s apartment, and she was charged with two counts of criminal trespass.

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A woman was arrested last week after allegedly using a hypodermic needle she claimed was contaminated with AIDS to threaten a store clerk before she stole money.

In the early evening on December 14, a woman later identified as 34-year-old Ashley Demers visited a Seasons Corner Market in Raynham.

When she went into the store, Demers allegedly had a hypodermic in hand, and she reportedly said that it held a substance that was tainted with AIDS.

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After the police responded to a call from a woman claiming her ex-boyfriend was about to take her life, they learned that she had falsely accused the man, but they unexpectedly detained a fugitive.

On December 4, the Pueblo Police Department was notified about a potentially harmful domestic violence matter between a woman and her ex-boyfriend, and it reportedly involved a gun.

The woman said she was trying to stay out of sight but claimed that her ex had a firearm and he was making threats to kill her.

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A woman accused of driving the getaway car for an alleged package thief reportedly struck a police officer with her car while trying to escape during her detainment.

On the afternoon of December 4, 26-year-old Megan Rozak was reportedly driving around a residential neighborhood with 38-year-old Stephan Wisnewski in the passenger seat.

The Lynwood Police Department received a complaint from someone saying that they could see package thieves in the process of stealing from nearby porches.

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Anne Marie, an R&B singer from Chicago, was arrested after the police determined that she might be responsible for the shooting of her friend in a hotel room in Atlanta.

25-year-old Joann Marie Slater, whose professional name is “Anne Marie,” is a singer and songwriter on the Interscope Records label with a hit song on the Billboard Hot R&B Songs chart.

On December 1, Slater and a male friend were at the Intercontinental Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta.

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A Florida man seeking assistance from Best Buy’s Geek Squad was denied service and arrested after he allegedly refused to wear a face mask, and reportedly coughed, sneezed, and covered items in the store with his fluids.

Around noon on December 5, 51-year-old Alton Ashby from Palm Bay had an appointment with the Geek Squad at a nearby Best Buy store.

When Ashby arrived without a face covering, he went to an employee for service and was told that he would have to wear a mask in the store.

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