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Two men fighting over a parking spot in New York City are facing charges after their allegedly destructive battle over the space resulted in one of their vehicles crashing through the front of a bakery in the middle of its grand opening.

Around 4:00 pm on November 15, two men were reportedly angling for the same parking spot on the street in front of The Rainbow Bakery in Flushing, Queens.

When neither driver conceded, one of the men, identified as 24-year-old Jie Zou, allegedly decided to get out of his vehicle and confront the man in the other car. The passenger in Zou’s car, 35-year-old Jonathan Zhang, also reportedly got out of the vehicle to lend him support after reportedly retrieving a baseball bat.

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When a woman at a school board meeting regarding school children wearing face coverings reportedly would not wear a face mask after being told that she must, she allegedly caused a ruckus leading to her arrest.

On November 10, the Pinellas County School Board held a meeting in Largo to discuss the wearing of face masks in all school buildings to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Many parents on both sides of the issue were in attendance waiting to express their concerns.

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A Georgia woman was arrested after she allegedly tried to get free food from a Chick-Fil-A on several occasions by asserting that she is an agent with the FBI.

A Chick-Fil-A in Rockmart was reportedly recently visited by a woman, later identified as 47-year-old Kimberly Ragsdale, who drove a white Dodge Caravan and allegedly disclosed that she worked for the FBI.

Ragsdale reportedly used her official status in an attempt to get the eatery to give her meals free of charge and allegedly said they would be arrested for non-compliance.

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An exotic dancer at a Florida club was arrested after allegedly getting into a brawl with other dancers when she believed they had taken money from her.

On November 6, a woman from Fort Pierce who is an exotic dancer and uses the stage name “Strawberry” was working a shift at a Port St. Lucie club called Body Talk Sports Bar.

Just after 2:00 am, the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department was notified about an ongoing physical confrontation between several dancers at the bar.

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A man allegedly stole an excavation machine from a construction site and drove it down a residential central Florida street, destroying Biden campaign signs posted on lawns.

Last week in Haines, Florida, a man was reportedly seen driving a backhoe on a street in a Black neighborhood.

Several lawns were displaying signs showing support for Joe Biden in the presidential election.

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A man from Boston is facing charges after he was accused of setting a ballot box containing more than 100 ballots on fire.

Around 4:00 am on October 25 in Copley Square, it was reported that a ballot box in front of the Boston Public Library was set on fire.

Upon using water to douse the flames, 87 of the 122 ballots inside of the box were still able to be processed, but 35 were destroyed.

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Two men asserted to be cannibals reportedly using a cabin in Oklahoma as a surgical lab were arrested for allegedly performing illegal castrations.

A 28-year-old man from Virginia seeking castration reportedly contacted a man, identified as 53-year-old Bob Allen Lee, when he came across him on the Eunuchmaker website.

When the man placed the call, Lee reportedly said he had over a decade and a half of experience. Lee additionally allegedly said the surgery would not cost the man any money, and told him that he planned to record a video of the procedure.

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Oregon police arrested actor Zachery Ty Bryan after allegations that he tried to strangle his girlfriend during an argument.

A couple of weeks ago, Bryan notified the public via social media about his upcoming divorce from his wife of 14-years with whom he shares 4 children.

On October 16, 39-year-old Bryan, who currently resides in North Eugene with his girlfriend, got into a spat.

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After a Maine grocery store was notified about the purchase of pizza dough that reportedly contained razor blades, the man accused of the tampering was taken into custody.

At the beginning of October at the Saco location of the Hannaford Supermarket, an employee of the company received a report alleging that a customer bought Portland Pie brand pizza dough and found razor blades shoved inside the product after taking it home for use.

The authorities were notified about the consumer’s allegations.

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When a reportedly intoxicated man allegedly pushed the envelope with the authorities by dancing, screaming, and lashing out physically, he was arrested and charged for the unsatisfying performance.

In the West Cleveland suburb of Parma Heights, a man was sitting in his vehicle while allegedly intoxicated.

The authorities were notified after the man allegedly dug his heels in when someone asked him to exit his vehicle so he would not drive drunk.

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