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The owner of a store in Seattle is facing charges after allegedly taking part in a theft scheme involving more than $10,000 in stolen LEGO sets.

Last July, the authorities were alerted about a string of thefts taking place at a store in downtown Seattle. The suspect reportedly stole pricey LEGO sets each time they came into the establishment.

Most of the sets were from the Star Wars “Mandalorian” collection. The store estimated the value of the allegedly stolen goods at over $10,000.

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Around 6:30 pm on October 12, the Vero Beach Police Department was notified by someone at a local Walmart about a possible car theft in progress on the property.

The police went to the location and reported that they saw a man trying to force his way into a parked Nissan Frontier.

When they approached the suspected truck thief, he was reportedly shirtless and sitting on a bicycle near the truck.

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A Florida man who was allegedly caught burglarizing a barn reportedly had sex with one of the housed horses on several occasions.

57-year-old Santiago Victoria reportedly works for a welding company in Vero Beach. The business parks its company vehicles close to a barn on a nearby personal property.

A woman owns the property, and she recently reportedly noticed that one of her horses looked like it had wounds on its neck. She also allegedly discovered different types of ropes in the stable where the miniature horse stays. She believed the marks on the horse’s neck were made with the ropes.

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The police accused a Florida man of swiping watches from Walmart because he was wearing the same Ron Gronkowski jersey that the suspect reportedly had on.

On September 25, a Walmart in Largo, Florida reported that a shoplifter visited their store and stole watches.

The authorities were notified, and officers from the Largo Police Department went to the store to investigate the situation.

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A Florida woman reportedly visited an auto dealership, climbed into a Jeep parked on the lot, and masturbated in the view of the customers and employees.

On September 22, 37-year-old Alexis King reportedly walked onto the lot of Bob Tyler Toyota in Pensacola.

The woman reportedly let herself into the back seat of a Jeep Wrangler that was for sale.

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A man who was allegedly upset about the immoral online content reportedly left pipe bombs at phone stores and placed threatening letters near telecommunication towers to try to put an end to it.

75-year-old John D. Allen is from Whittemore, Michigan.

Allen is the suspect in a series of incidents involving internet carriers reporting that they received letters containing threats of destruction and demands for money. The letters were noted as being held in envelopes with polka dot designs.

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A Florida man was accused of armed kidnapping after he allegedly terrorized a woman he knew and threatened her with a blade.

On September 21, 27-year-old Sir Dangerous Lashawd London was at the Briarcrest Apartments in Winter Haven. The man was reportedly there with a woman that he knew, and she had two cars parked at the complex.

The pair reportedly got into a verbal altercation, and London allegedly snatched the woman’s car keys.

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A suspect is facing many charges after allegedly robbing an Altoona card shop that he frequented two decades ago.

51-year-old Jayson Hodges is from Trafford, Pennsylvania.

About 20 years ago, Hodges went to the Juniata Cards shop in Altoona. The man reportedly said he remembered the name of the owner.

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South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh turned himself in last Thursday after he allegedly misappropriated millions of dollars from his law firm.

53-year-old Alex Murdaugh resides in Hampton. He obtained a state bar license in 1994. Murdaugh is a partner at the law firm that his great-grandfather started in 1901.

In addition to practicing personal injury law, Murdaugh is a prosecutor for the 14th Judicial Court.

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A Florida woman who said she imbibed an “Elixir of Life” potion is facing charges after she allegedly tried to steal a St. Johns County fire truck.

Kailani Jo Kroll is a resident of St. Augustine, Florida.

Late in the evening on August 20, the woman was reportedly on the beach a couple of blocks from her residence.

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