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An Ashland woman was taken into custody after she was caught by the authorities while allegedly in the midst of relieving her bowels in front of an outdoor goods store, which she has been accused of doing on several occasions.

On October 30, the owner of Natick Outdoor Store said he spotted a pile of feces in his parking lot and dismissed it as a pre-Halloween gag.

Over time, the man reported that he continued to find heaps of human dung on his business property a minimum of nine times. His surveillance camera was said to have recorded footage of someone pulling into the lot and squatting before pulling away without cleaning up their mess.

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A Tampa woman with a young child in tow was accused of collecting items in Walmart in a purported effort to cause an explosion in the store.

On the evening of January 11, Emily Stallard and a child whose relation to her has not been made public visited Walmart in Tampa and reportedly spent over 60-minutes walking through the aisles of the store collecting items.

Stallard and the child caught the eye of a security guard working in the store, and he allegedly watched as they both grabbed and opened many items including packages of nails, ethanol, and matches.

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When the authorities showed up at a man’s residence to detain him he reportedly acted in a manner that caused them to employ their tasers, and he allegedly used his 11-year-old son as a shield to protect himself from the shocks.

Just after 11:00 am on February 9, officers with the Pennsylvania State Police went to a home in Reade Township in an effort to serve a man with a warrant and take him into custody.

As they attempted to locate the man, 35-year-old Daniel Taylor, the authorities said they discovered he was in the attic of the dwelling and they purported that he placed himself there in an attempt to hide from them.

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The grandmother of a man with a warrant was reportedly tazed three times with a stun gun when she tried to prevent law enforcement from entering her residence.

On the morning of December 24, deputies from the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office arrived at a home listed as the current address of a man who was reportedly in violation of the terms of his probation.

When they knocked on the door, the woman who answered was identified as the suspect’s grandmother, Barbara Pinkney, who was celebrating her 70th birthday.

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The mother of a boy who was reportedly relentlessly bullied at school allegedly made a video issuing threats to warn the children involved in tormenting her child that she would harm them if they did not stop.

Gainesville resident Cirea Oliver is a 29-year-old mother with an 11-year-old son.

Recently, Oliver reported that her son has been the target of bullies at Gainesville Middle School where he attends. The concerned mother reportedly approached the school about the situation, but they did not appear to take care of the matter in a way that relieved Oliver’s son of the alleged harassment.

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A theft suspect from North Dakota allegedly lit a Bible on fire in an attempt to conceal his effort to steal merchandise from a local Walmart store.

On December 13, at a Bismarck Walmart store with shoppers and employees inside, a fire reportedly broke out.

When the authorities arrived, one of the workers present during the event provided footage from the surveillance camera that displayed a man wearing a ski mask while concealing what was believed to be a Bible under his dark clothing. While in the garden center of the establishment the suspect walked behind boxes on the floor where he was assumed to have lit the holy tome ablaze using lighter fluid as an accelerant.

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A man who escaped arrest on Live PD for alleged reckless operation of his vehicle was taken into custody after viewers of the television show, in addition to the suspect’s “Crime Pays” forehead tattoo, assisted the police in tracking him down.

On November 30, Live PD aired an episode with a featurette which showed a suspect driving his vehicle down the road with the headlights turned off.

When the Terre Haute police began to pursue the car in an attempt to get the driver to pull to the side of the road, the suspect reportedly began to greatly increase the speed of the vehicle. Before the officers caught up to the man his car was shown veering off the road and slamming into a tree.

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A Florida man with an alleged penchant for fire reportedly tried to light himself on fire after being apprehended for setting trash bins ablaze and stealing the fire truck of the district fire chief.

On the evening of November 23, a suspect reportedly went to an office building in Cocoa Village and set fire to their dumpster.

When the authorities learned of the blaze and went to the scene, they were issued a second notification alerting them of another trash bin that had been set on fire at a nearby pavilion in a local park.

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Though she was not intoxicated, a woman who was pulled over for traffic violations was placed under arrest for DUI when the officer interpreted her anxious demeanor as an indication that she was under the influence.

On July 22, 29-year-old Ariel Berry went out in her pajamas to pick up a quick late-night bite with her boyfriend when they were on the way to his residence.

As her boyfriend was giving her directions, Berry, who was driving, became confused causing her to break a few traffic laws.

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A Sylmar man has been arrested after allegedly issuing a fake story to the police claiming that he had information about a mass shooting that would take place at the Los Angeles County Fair on Saturday.

Just before 3:00 pm on Friday, the Pomona Police Department was notified by Fairplex, where the Los Angeles County Fair is currently taking place, and told of an email they reportedly received from someone who said they had been made aware that a mass shooting would occur at the fair on Sunday.

In a matter of hours, the Pomona police and the FBI worked together and identified three people who could be possible suspects that they believed may have been responsible for sending the email warning to the Fairplex.