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A teenager in New Jersey was arrested on multiple charges after the police chased him onto the roof of a Housing Authority building and allegedly caught him with an illegal firearm.

Early in the evening on May 4, three men, ages 19, 20, and 21, were hanging out in Hoboken. The trio were reportedly in the hallway of a Housing Authority building.

Someone called the police and reported that they believed the group was loitering in the building, and officers headed to the site. When they got there, the officers saw them on the fourth floor in the stairwell and reported that they knew the men did not reside at the address.

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A paraprofessional in Georgia was allegedly working at a middle school while highly intoxicated, and a child unknowingly took a sip of an alcoholic beverage that she reportedly brought with her.

According to reports, on the afternoon of May 2, a student at Morgan County Middle School where she was employed reportedly saw that the 39-year-old woman had a Mountain Dew bottle. For some reason, the youngster believed it would be okay to take a sip of it, and it was reported that as soon as he tasted the liquid, he knew it was not soda.

The boy threw the bottle in the garbage and then told a teacher about what happened. They went to the para to discuss what was reported, and it was decided that the woman should talk to the principal about it. During the interaction, she reportedly said she thought there was water in the pop bottle when she left home with it, but she accidentally took one containing vodka instead.

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A couple in Wisconsin accused of having sex in the lobby of the Waukesha County Jail in view of surveillance cameras is facing charges, but the authorities did not approach or interrupt them during the alleged incident.

Early in the morning on May 2, a 28-year-old man and 67-year-old woman were in the lobby of the Waukesha County Jail. Surveillance camera footage showed the woman lying on the floor. The man reportedly approached while carrying a large floormat, and he got on the floor next to her, and the pair reportedly covered themselves and used it as a blanket. The couple allegedly began having sexual intercourse. A few minutes later, the man left the building, but the woman remained.

The Waukesha County supervisor said law enforcement is unsure if they can intervene in situations like this because the city currently lacks a stable loitering ordinance, but the sheriff’s office was still notified about the situation.

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A Florida lawyer who serves as the president of a homeowners association is facing charges after allegedly pulling a shotgun on children who were fishing at a lake in the housing community.

On April 14, three children, ages 7, 10, and 15, went to a lake in the Stillwater Lakes subdivision, where they had gone fishing on several prior occasions. They brought their poles and gear with the intention of doing so again.

A 56-year-old man, later revealed to be the president of the subdivision’s homeowners association, reportedly angrily approached the youngsters while carrying a shotgun and told them to leave. He allegedly told them the property belonged to him. According to reports, he also threw their belongings in the forest and took a cell phone away from one of the children.

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A man in Pinellas County pleaded guilty to a pair of misdemeanor charges after quarreling with police officers over his rights when he was found naked and sitting in a sidewalk garbage can.

Just before midnight on April 6, a 35-year-old man without permanent housing was hanging out in the downtown section of St. Petersburg. It was reported that even though he was arrested for similar behavior in the summer of 2011, he was quite intoxicated, and began to remove his clothing in view of the public.

In addition to shedding his garments, the man called attention to himself when he climbed inside a garbage can that was sitting on the sidewalk. Officers from the St. Petersburg Police Department learned about the situation, and they approached the man.

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Country music singer Morgan Wallen is facing charges after allegedly throwing a chair off a Tennessee bar rooftop which reportedly nearly struck two police officers when it hit the ground.

30-year-old Morgan Wallen is a country music singer and songwriter who got his start in 2014 when he was a contestant on the television show “The Voice.” He has received many nominations and awards throughout his career and he is still a popular artist. In addition to his musical contributions, Wallen is also known for his involvement in controversial situations, such as being arrested for breaking items and fighting at Kid Rock’s steakhouse in Tennessee, using racial slurs publicly, and having his invitation to perform on SNL revoked.

Just before 11:00 PM on April 7, Wallen was in Nashville hanging out at Chief’s Bar, a rooftop establishment at the top of a six-story building. According to reports, several people were with him when he picked up one of the chairs in the establishment and threw it over the edge of the building.

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A mother and daughter in Texas who reportedly do not have licenses to practice medicine were busted for allegedly administering injectable butt implants and doling out narcotic prescription drugs to several patients.

According to reports, a 56-year-old woman and her 18-year-old daughter earn their living by traveling around the United States making house calls to customers to perform a butt implant procedure using an injectable medication. They reportedly do not have medical licenses in this country, but the mother attended medical school in Mexico for three years. The woman has reportedly been performing the procedure for several years. When she spoke to a news outlet, she said she puts her heart into her work and provides a service to help others.

At the end of March, the Federal Drug Administration and the Houston Police Department were investigating the woman’s activities. They knew she went to the private homes of her clients to do the work, so they set up a sting inside a house in Houston and had an undercover agent book an appointment.

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A Florida man accused of a similar crime nearly a decade ago is facing new charges after he reportedly tried to take a 14-year-old boy he met online to an out-of-state “furry” convention without consent.

At the end of March, a 33-year-old man from Longboat Key, Florida, was reportedly in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He reported that he went there to see his boyfriend, but they did not meet up as planned.

The man went to a local Guitar Center store and reportedly unexpectedly ran into a teenager he had recently been talking to online. According to reports, the 14-year-old decided to accompany the man to Las Vegas so they could attend a furry convention together. According to Wikipedia, “A furry convention (also furry con or fur con) is a formal gathering of members of the furry fandom – people who are interested in the concept of fictional non-human animal characters with human characteristics. These conventions provide a place for fans to meet, exchange ideas, transact business and engage in entertainment and recreation centered on this concept.”

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An Alabama teenager on vacation in Florida reportedly got drunk and harassed people playing tennis and spit on the face of a deputy who was arresting him for the alleged inappropriate behavior.

On the evening of March 25, a 17-year-old from Mountain Brook who was on vacation in Florida was hanging out at Santa Rosa Beach. The young man walked over to an area with tennis courts, and he allegedly started bothering the people who were playing. What reportedly began with the teen launching a verbal assault soon escalated into the physical realm.

The young man was asked to depart the premises, but he allegedly pushed a man so hard that he fell. When he regained his footing, the man grabbed the teen and held him down until the authorities arrived.

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A Florida man without permanent housing is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening to kill people from several law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, in social media posts.

According to reports, on February 21, the Biloxi Police Department in Mississippi encountered online content that caused them concern. They reportedly spotted posts containing threats towards several different law enforcement agencies. The threatening messages were allegedly aimed at officers from Jupiter, Boca Raton, and Manatee County, in addition to employees of the FBI.

An agent from the Biloxi Police Department contacted the Jupiter Police Department to report the situation. They provided them with information from the posts, letting them know that the party responsible insisted the agencies post all the information they had about him. A picture of the police department was also uploaded. The perpetrator reportedly threatened those who did not comply and said they should “kiss [your] loved ones goodbye and tell them I am going to torture you to death.” The authorities did not know what information the suspect referred to in his posts.

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