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A man accused of making murderous threats towards a family member was arrested with powder purported to be cocaine on his nose.

30-year-old Jamichael Walton lives in North Carolina. His brother has a child with a woman to whom he is not married.

On April 13. Walton reportedly contacted the woman in what she implied was a threatening and frightening interaction. Walton allegedly told her he planned to come to her house and reportedly warned that he would kill her. He allegedly added if he did not perform the violent act, his cousin would follow through.

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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 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 Pennsylvania woman reportedly claimed she was a law enforcement officer and showed her bare hand as a badge in alleged attempts to gain entry to a residence.

29-year-old Katelyn Light reportedly has no fixed address, but she spends her time in the Altoona area.

Around 7:30 pm on March 28, Light was reportedly walking around when she saw a woman sitting outside a home.

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Police have reported that the address on a seized package containing drugs led them to a residence where they found a tremendous amount of illicit substances.

31-year-old Jeffrey Sheeder resides in Everett, Pennsylvania.

The authorities reported that, over time, they had collected several packages allegedly containing drugs that were being sent to Sheeder’s home. The person reportedly sending the parcels also allegedly had similar packages intercepted before reaching their destination.

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The mother and father of a youngster who previously overdosed on fentanyl have been taken into custody after the boy reportedly experienced a second overdose from ingesting their drugs.

39-year-old Donald Ray Little, Jr. and 27-year-old Mary Ashley Willis live in Berkeley County, South Carolina, and they have a 1-year-old son.

On March 17, the family was reportedly staying in a motel in Columbia.

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A Southern California man has been arrested for allegations that he used a drone as a method of delivering drugs to customers.

51-year-old John Thomas Piani is a California native residing in Simi Valley.

According to the Simi Valley Police Department, the Simi Valley Police Department Homeless Liaison Officers and Narcotics Detectives were looking into Piani for the belief that he was selling methamphetamine and heroin.

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When deputies spotted a driver who allegedly blew through a stop sign, they reportedly found thousands of dollars in unopened packs of scratch-off lottery tickets, in addition to firearms and a large sum of money.

Last Friday night, 20-year-old Isaac Duku was reportedly driving through the Knoxville area on the Northside of Pittsburg.

At approximately 10:00 pm, Duku allegedly approached a stop sign but did not come to a halt.

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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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