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A Florida man is facing several charges after reportedly stealing a tractor from his place of employment and driving it to a college campus with the alleged intent of killing two people.

Early in the evening on May 4, a man who works as a groundskeeper at the Key West Golf Club reportedly swiped a tractor from the property and drove it to the College of the Florida Keys. When he reached one of the dormitories, the man allegedly drove into the lobby and used the bucket to wreck the plumbing in the building.

According to reports, he then made his way to the parking lot where a man and his daughter were sitting in a vehicle, and they reportedly watched as he allegedly smashed into a truck with enough force to flip it. Afterward, he reportedly struck the front of their car, and they got out to avoid potential injury.

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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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An officer reportedly had a sizeable piece of flesh bitten off his head by a Florida man at a music festival.

From May 2 through May 5, the yearly Sol Fest event took place at Vortex Springs in Ponce de Leon. According to the official website, “The purpose of Sol Fest is to create a safe haven where people can connect, establish long-lasting friendships, and create memories that will help them heal from loss and the challenges of life.”

While the festival rules state that narcotics are not permitted, the police reported that they found several substances on the premises, including psilocybin mushrooms, ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana, and others. More than 50 attendees were arrested for allegations of possession.

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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 Mississippi woman sitting with a man in a vehicle parked outside of a business was arrested after allegedly pulling a gun on him during a domestic dispute.

Late in the afternoon on May 3, a man and woman were sitting in a car parked outside a business in Lafayette County. Their encounter was reportedly less than pleasant, and the woman allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it at the man. He was able to get out of the car, and he ran inside the business where he could take cover while notifying the authorities.

The man told the workers what was allegedly happening, and they allowed him to wait inside until the police arrived. Shortly after, officers from the Oxford Police Department headed to the address, and when they got there, they saw a woman sitting in a vehicle as the caller described.

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A Florida Department of Children and Families family care manager was arrested after being accused of getting rough and aggressive with a foster child in his care.

According to reports, the 44-year-old man works for Kids Central, a non-profit agency that specializes in working with abused children and aids DCF. On April 24, he was watching an 11-year-old girl who had not yet been assigned to a full-time foster family. She was initially working with a female case manager, and the woman asked her colleague if he would sit with the girl while she used the restroom.

The woman came back and reportedly saw the youngster crying on a sofa. She alleged that she heard her coworker say something like “You’re not going to pull that (expletive),” and she assumed he was speaking to the girl.

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A man from Rhode Island is facing charges after police purported that he was driving under the influence of alcohol when he rolled his vehicle and crashed into a telephone pole.

Just after midnight on May 4, a 44-year-old man from Lincoln, Rhode Island, was driving a Mercedes on Old River Road. When he was across from the Lincoln Police Department in the Town Hall, he was in a single-vehicle accident. His car rolled over, remained upside down, and smashed into a telephone pole. The pole was “severed from the ground,” causing 911 emergency to be inaccessible for a while.

Officers went to the scene of the crash, and the driver was injured but was conscious and responsive when they started to talk to him. Without accounting for the fact that he had just been in a wreck, the officers noted that the man’s speech did not seem right, and his eyes were bloodshot. They believed this showed indications of him being under the influence of alcohol. According to reports, they wanted him to take roadside sobriety tests, but the man would not give his consent.

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An alleged burglar assisted the police by running up to them and asking them to help him when he was being chased by someone who reportedly caught him trying to break into their home.

On April 29, someone was at their residence in South Creek, Florida, when they caught someone trying to break into the house. The person purported to be the perpetrator began to flee, and the resident chased after them.

A few moments later, the person being chased approached a Coconut Creek Police Department squad car that was stopped at a traffic light. It did not take long for the police to realize the man was being chased by someone who claimed he tried to burglarize their home.

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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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