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A 20-year-old University of Iowa student allegedly presented an identification card to the police with the name “McLovin” on it when he was reportedly drinking in a bar.

Around 12:30 am on October 11, the police went into the Airliner Bar to check the premises.

When they came upon Daniel Burleson, who they believed was underage but was allegedly carrying around an alcoholic beverage and wearing a bar-issued wristband, the officers started to question him. While they were speaking with Burleson he reportedly told them he was indulging in a vodka-based drink. When they asked him to show his ID card, Burleson allegedly denied the request resulting in his being taken out of the establishment by the police.

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The manager of a Dollar General in Georgia has been accused of setting the location on fire while shoppers were inside in an alleged effort to hide her theft of money from the store.

On the morning of August 17, the Dollar General in Douglas, Georgia, suffered from a blaze that consumed an estimated $700,000 in internal and external damages. The fire reportedly broke out while customers were inside of the store.

While the authorities investigated the circumstances surrounding the fire they discovered that it was started in two different locations inside of the building.

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A Sylmar man has been arrested after allegedly issuing a fake story to the police claiming that he had information about a mass shooting that would take place at the Los Angeles County Fair on Saturday.

Just before 3:00 pm on Friday, the Pomona Police Department was notified by Fairplex, where the Los Angeles County Fair is currently taking place, and told of an email they reportedly received from someone who said they had been made aware that a mass shooting would occur at the fair on Sunday.

In a matter of hours, the Pomona police and the FBI worked together and identified three people who could be possible suspects that they believed may have been responsible for sending the email warning to the Fairplex.

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A man from Alabama who received a life sentence after stealing $50 from a bakery is scheduled to be released from prison after his case caught the attention of a judge.

58-year-old Alvin Kennard has been incarcerated for the past 36 years due to a conviction for first-degree robbery when he stole $50 from the Highland Bakery in Bessemer with a knife in hand.

In 1984, Alabama law included the Habitual Felony Offender Act, which determined that a fourth-time offender would be issued a lifetime sentence.

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Allegedly claiming that it was herself, a Sunset, Utah, woman has been accused of providing the identity and birth date of her daughter to the authorities during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, an officer on patrol noticed a BMW without a license plate driving down the road.

When he pulled the driver over and asked for identification, she reportedly said that she didn’t have her license with her at the moment and that the car was uninsured.

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A Sebring, Florida, man allegedly attempted to perform a medical castration upon a male that he met on the internet, and the unsuccessful surgical procedure reportedly yielded near-fatal results.

Just before midnight on August 18, 911 answered a call, but before the operator was able to collect information the line was disconnected by the caller.

The Highlands County Sheriff’s Office used the address associated with the call placed to emergency services, and deputies went to the residence to find out if someone was in need of assistance.

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When a store employee tried to approach a woman they believed was stealing food from the market she allegedly attempted to run the man down with her vehicle.

On August 14, one of the clerks employed by Martin’s Food store in Eldersburg, Maryland, thought he recognized a woman who was thought to have stolen from the establishment on a previous occasion.

The employee trailed her around the grocery store until he watched the woman allegedly make her exit without paying for the items she had collected while shopping.

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When a man invited a woman to his home for sex and failed to answer the door when she arrived, the woman allegedly set fire to his house in retaliation for her reported humiliation.

In the middle of the night on August 4, a Woodbury, NJ, man gave a call to a woman with whom he shares occasional sexual relations. He asked the woman, 29-year-old Taija Russell if she would like to come to his home for a tryst.

Russell accepted the proposal and headed to her lover’s residence at approximately 4:00 am.

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After a woman reported that her debit card had been stolen from her purse the authorities arrested a suspect who was reportedly set up by the actual alleged perpetrator of the theft.

On August 5, Joei Thompson was hanging out at the Chestnut St. Inn in Butler, PA.

When Thompson decided to call it a night around 1:00 am, she reportedly offered a man who was visiting the same establishment a ride home as she left the bar.

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When a man and his girlfriend met up to talk on August 15, the interaction allegedly displeased her boyfriend who reportedly used heavy machinery to dump a load of dirt on her car.

20-year-old Hunter Mills requested that his girlfriend meet with him for a chat around 2:00 pm on Thursday near an Okaloosa excavation company that specializes in landscaping needs and offers topsoil for purchase.

The woman drove to the agreed-upon destination in a borrowed Cadillac, and Mills, operating a front-end loader with a full bucket of dirt, reportedly navigated the piece of equipment so that it was near the automobile his girlfriend was using.