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When a man in Walmart reportedly coughed on a patron on purpose and stated that he had the coronavirus the authorities arrested and charged him for the poorly received prank.

26-year-old Robert Eugene Heffner Jr. lives in Belmont, North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide order to the people of North Carolina stating that they must adhere to social distancing.

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An Indiana man who got into a single-vehicle car accident was accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol in addition to violating the state-issued stay-at-home order. 

20-year-old Bloomington resident Joseph Baker was reportedly out until the very early morning hours on March 25.

While Baker was reportedly operating a Ford F-150, the vehicle veered off the roadway and smashed into the surrounding trees.

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When a Louisiana man made an assumed attempt to post a humorous message on Facebook in reference to the movie “World War Z,” the authorities did not find it funny and responded by arresting the suspect for terrorism.

27-year-old Waylon Allen Bailey resides in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

Recently, the man reportedly created a Facebook post stating, “SHARE SHARE SHARE ! ! ! ! JUST IN: RAPIDES PARISH SHERIFFS OFFICE HAVE ISSUED THE ORDER, IF DEPUTIES COME INTO CONTACT WITH “THE INFECTED’ SHOOT ON SIGHT….Lord have mercy on us all. #Covid9teen #weneedyoubradpit,” purportedly comparing the current state of the world to the movie World War Z.

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A 10-year-old boy was prosecuted for a felony after he and his friend pointed unarmed Nerf guns at a passing vehicle and the driver alerted the authorities.

Gavin Carpenter lives with his parents at an Army post in Colorado Springs while his father finishes the final two-and-a-half months of his duty in the state.

At the end of last July, Gavin and one of his friends were spending time together at Gavin’s grandparent’s house and they decided they would go outside with Nerf guns and act out the popular video game Fortnite.

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When the patron of a restaurant was taken into custody after he allegedly became too intoxicated and started harassing the staff members the man reportedly wanted to fight the cops in the parking lot.

On Wednesday night at the Somerset, Pennsylvania Ruby Tuesday restaurant, a man who was visiting the establishment reportedly consumed quite a bit of alcohol and began to act unruly.

The female employees reported that the man, later identified as 59-year-old Kenneth Elwood Sr., began to issue lewd comments to them before he got in the face of a male patron in a purported attempt to goad him into a physical altercation.

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A Florida man who reportedly felt like he wasn’t getting the looking after that he desired from a nurse at the hospital in which he was a patient allegedly lit his bed on fire in the room he shared with another patient.

AdventHealth Hospital, previously called Florida Hospital New Smyrna, placed a call to the authorities when an alleged incident transpired in a room housing two of their patients.

The staff reportedly saw a call button light up as they overheard a man calling out loudly in a state of panic claiming that a fire was burning inside his room.

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An Iowa woman is facing many criminal charges after police allegedly discovered hundreds of empty Whip-Its canisters inside of the Maserati she was driving.

Iowa City police ran a check of the license plate on a black Gran Turismo with tinted windows late in the evening on February 18, and according to the affidavit, it was revealed that the registered owner of the car was operating the vehicle with a barred license.

A traffic stop was performed when the vehicle entered a local gas station parking lot, and the police approached the car to investigate the matter.

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The supervisor of a non-profit school for at-risk children was arrested after allegedly failing to report the situation when a 12-year-old boy was seriously injured as an alleged result of a physical altercation with a behavioral interventionist. 

On February 11, at the AMIkids Pinellas Park location, a 12-year-old boy who attends school there reportedly started misbehaving and skipped the lunch line.

A behavioral interventionist that was on duty at the time reportedly stepped in and ushered the child to a room that the school calls “Opportunity Room,” which is usually used for taking tests and computer lab assignments.

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An Ohio woman is facing legal penalties after she allegedly called 911 and reported that she required emergency assistance because her parents had deactivated her cell phone service.

Just before 6:00 pm on February 13, a call was received by 911 from a female who wanted to report an emergency that was taking place.

When the dispatcher began to speak with the woman they reportedly learned that the cause of her heightened state of distress was caused by her parents deciding to disconnect the service to her personal cell phone.

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A man from Iowa allegedly abducted a woman and forced her to watch the television miniseries “Roots” while threatening to violently end her life if she tried to leave.

52-year-old Robert Lee Noye is a black man who lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

On February 17, Noye allegedly held a woman captive inside of his home and told her that she was required to stay there and watch the entirety of the 1977 television miniseries “Roots” with him. The woman also reportedly had her 12-year-old daughter with her during the alleged forced viewing.