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A hamburger joint in St. Louis was the reported target of a female patron’s meltdown when she was informed that they were out of chocolate ice cream, and she allegedly damaged the establishment with an aluminum bat in dissatisfaction.

At the end of March, the St. Louis Police Department received a call regarding an incident that had taken place at a Rally’s restaurant.

Just before 2:30 am, it was reported that a woman had come into the establishment in search of chocolate ice cream. When she was notified that they weren’t able to fulfill her request due to having run out of the product the workers stated that the woman became very upset and began spitting at them.

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A woman on the Greene County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted list recently mocked them in a response on their Facebook page which ultimately led to her apprehension.

23-year-old Chloe Jones, a mother of 2 with her third child on the way, was recently reported as the #2 most wanted fugitive in Greene County after she skipped out on a court appearance where she had been scheduled to address a simple assault charge that she had been issued.

When Jones failed to show up at the designated court for her 9:00 am hearing, the Sheriff’s Office placed her as #2 on their Top Ten Most Wanted list and proceeded to upload it to their Facebook page.

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A Beech Island mother is facing charges because her 3-year-old was unable to hold his urine in long enough to make it to a bathroom in time, resulting in him peeing in a public parking lot.

When Brooke Johns, who is less than a month away from giving birth to another child, was driving with her toddler he told her that he had to go to the bathroom badly and complained while wriggling around in a state of urgency.

Johns told him she was trying to find a place with a bathroom and pulled into the parking lot of the nearest gas station she could find as her son continued to anxiously express that he was about to wet his pants.

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Two 9th grade student allegedly used their computer smarts to illegally interfere with their school’s internet connection on several occasions so that they wouldn’t have to take tests.

At Secaucus High School in New Jersey, two boys, age 14, allegedly took down the internet connection that is essential for much of the schoolwork on the campus. The purported connection-crashing shenanigans appeared to correlate with the times that tests were scheduled to take place in the classes of the accused students.

Last Thursday, school officials notified the authorities to report the allegedly intentional web blackouts and give the police the names of the students that they suspected were the responsible parties.

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A man who spent over two decades working with law enforcement is facing several criminal charges for allegations that he was the perpetrator of child sexual abuse.

50-year-old Kip Wayne Teal had a 22-year career in Spartanburg County law enforcement agencies, the past four of which he was with the Coroner’s office.

Teal, who resigned from his position approximately a year ago for unrelated reasons, has been accused of incidents involving the sexual assault of a minor that purportedly took place from August 2013 until July 2016. The youngster in question’s reported abuse began when she was 6.

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A couple who was reportedly drunk during a local event allegedly fornicated in view of the other guests while they were inside one of the cars on the observation wheel.

Last week, the beginning of the season for the Cincinnati Reds was celebrated in the recreational spot that the SkyStar Observation Wheel is located.

The wheel, which stands 150 feet when a car reaches the top and has enclosed gondolas, was allegedly chosen by 30-year-old Michael Mathisen and his 31-year-old girlfriend Lauren Wilder as a place to partake in physical affection.

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When 911 received an abundance of calls from a woman reporting that her boyfriend was being mean to her, the police alleged that she exploited the system by falsifying her need for help.

Last week 40-year-old Mary Ann Parrish and her boyfriend were apparently not seeing eye-to-eye, and the woman was reported as calling 911 half a dozen times in a four-hour period to let them know that he was acting like a jerk.

When a deputy dispatched to the Lacoochee, Florida, home to investigate the reason behind the alleged barrage of calls for emergency assistance it was reported that Parrish again notified 911 while he was already at the location.

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While the police detained a man for suspicion of domestic violence he allegedly shared the secret behind his reportedly elated state with them.

46-year-old Erik Farnack and his wife live in a home together in Bangor, Pennsylvania.

On Sunday, at nearly 5:30 am, Farnack reportedly came home from a late night out when his wife reported that he seemed like he had been taking drugs. She decided to leave their home and did not return until later the next afternoon.

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A woman who was legally prohibited from using social media has been accused of acting in defiance of the order by allegedly stalking several people through digital means.

A few months ago in Alabama, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office had a collection of reports from people claiming that they had been the victim of online harassment.

Since it is reportedly a detailed process to look into this type of activity, the Sheriff’s Office stated that they had to perform a “lengthy investigation” in order to try to validate the accusations that were made.

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A man who was legally ordered quarantined after being exposed to the measles reportedly snuck past officers posted at his home so that he could hit the gym for a workout.

Brookfield, Wisconsin, resident Jeffrey Murawski, age 57, was the guest of a hotel last April, and it was discovered that a family who was also staying there had the measles.

When the health department was alerted about the incident, they ordered that Murawski, who was unable to provide proof that he had been vaccinated, to remain inside of his home for a period of 21 days so that the disease would not be spread if he had contracted it.