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A man in Houston allegedly used a gun to steal an ambulance that was en route to the hospital with a patient.

Last Friday morning, a Houston Fire Department ambulance was transporting a patient to a local hospital.

The driver, a firefighter EMT, and the patient were traveling in the vehicle when a car reportedly came to a complete stop in front of them and blocked their way.

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A Florida man called the authorities when he returned home from an appointment and allegedly found an unknown naked woman swimming in his pool.

In the middle of the afternoon on July 19, 42-year-old Heather Ann Kennedy reportedly decided she wanted to take a swim, but she did not have a pool.

According to an affidavit, Kennedy went searching for a pool and ended up in a neighborhood approximately 2-miles from her residence.

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A woman on an airplane reportedly refused to wear a face mask and allegedly became unruly by fighting with the authorities and spitting on passengers.

Last week, 23-year-old Adelaide Gabrielle Schrowang was taking a trip out of Southwest Florida International Airport.

The woman boarded the Delta Airlines aircraft and took her seat amongst the other passengers, but she was not wearing a face mask.

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A man who allegedly committed a series of misdemeanor offenses over three weeks told police he felt harassed because they continued arresting him.

30-year-old Colin White is a homeless man in the Concord, New Hampshire area.

During the three weeks between May 5 and May 27, White had six encounters with the authorities for alleged infractions resulting in his arrest.

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A registered sex offender in Missouri was taken into custody when it was reportedly discovered that he was working as a ride operator at a local festival.

55-year-old Victor Allen Jacobs resides in Moberly, Missouri.

According to court documents, Jacobs was convicted of rape in 2001, and when he was released from prison he was ordered to register as a sex offender.

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A man reportedly blamed the devil for his alleged actions when he was arrested for inappropriately touching a teenage girl on a flight.

58-year-old Kepueli Talaiasi is from Mesa, Arizona.

On the evening of April 26, Talaiasi and his son boarded a flight from Phoenix with the destination of Anchorage, Alaska. Talaiasi had the aisle, and his son sat next to the window, leaving an open seat between the pair.

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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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The mother of a high school cheerleader has been accused of taking illegal and extraordinary measures in a purported attempt to have several teen girls removed from her daughter’s team.

50-year-old Raffaela Spone resides approximately 20 miles from Philadelphia in Chalfont, Pennsylvania.

Spone has a teenage daughter who is a cheerleader with a traveling squad called the Victory Vipers.

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A woman arrested in February allegedly smuggled a firearm into the jail using her genitalia, and it remained with her in the facility for 17 days before the authorities located it.

On Valentine’s Day, 39-year-old Missouri resident Amy Natasha Wilhite was taken into custody for an assortment of allegations, including possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a firearm, failure to appear on two separate charges, and resisting arrest.

When Wilhite was booked into the Boone County Jail by the Columbia Police Department, it was reported that she underwent a full pat-down in addition to a standard body cavity search given to new inmates.

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Two men staying at a hotel in Southern Florida allegedly claimed they were U.S. marshals and said they would detain the staff if they insisted on harassing them over wearing face masks.

Last week, 53-year-old Walter Wayne Brown Jr. and 81-year-old Gary Brummett were visiting the Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort and Hotel.

Brown Jr. reportedly checked into the hotel on February 9, and when he was at the front desk he was asked to put on a face mask.

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