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A man that took issue with a fellow shopper who had passed gas near him reportedly feared that he was going to get stabbed when the woman threatened him with a knife.

On Sunday evening, 55-year-old John Walker went shopping at a Dania Beach Dollar General store and had an unpleasant encounter with a woman while standing in line.

The woman, alleged to be 37-year-old Shanetta Yvette Wilson, was standing in proximity of Walker when she farted, and Walker expressed his discontent with her. After an exchange of heated words, Wilson allegedly pulled a small knife out of her purse and threatened to “gut” Walker, according to the affidavit.

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The passenger of an Uber has been accused of performing acts of sexual self-gratification while the driver was in view and navigating to the man’s destination.

A driver who is employed with the Uber service responded to an early morning notification and picked up a man in need of a ride.

When the man got into the vehicle he reportedly chose to sit in the front passenger seat next to the driver. While the driver was making his way to the address that the client wanted to be dropped off the passenger allegedly exposed his genitals and started masturbating. The driver additionally alleged that the passenger asked him if he would like to touch his penis as well.

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A woman who was hired to take photographs at a wedding in Texas was arrested after she was accused of causing trouble by becoming inebriated, having sex with one of the guests, and urinating on a tree.

On November 24, a couple were married and celebrating their nuptials at the Parker Manor.

26-year-old Katie Mehta, a wedding photographer, was hired to take pictures of their special day, but she allegedly provided more than what was required of her job description.

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A man is facing charges after he allegedly became upset about the way a potato was cooked and he stabbed a woman in the head with a fork.

On Sunday, the authorities went to investigate claims of an incident regarding a woman who had possibly been the victim of injury from being stabbed with a fork. The third-party caller said that she had become concerned after she got a few blank texts, and then a call from the alleged victim.

When the officer reached the scene the alleged victim was sitting inside of a vehicle where a fork, which she said was the one reported in the dispute, and a shirt containing blood was also found. She did not appear to have severe injuries and she did not want medical treatment, but it was noted that there was allegedly blood and puncture marks on her head.

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The mother of a 9-month-old infant is facing charges after she was accused of putting laxative medication into her child’s IV in an alleged attempt to starve him while he was hospitalized.

Megan Lee Kafer, 25, and her husband have been married for four years and live in Minnesota with their two children.

In July, the Kafers’ son was admitted to the hospital for treatment when he was failing to gain weight and the cause for this was not known.

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When looking into a claim about a reported threat of violence, the authorities came upon a rather large cache of weapons along with controversial memorabilia inside of a man’s residence.

Huntington Beach resident Mitchell Todd has a home-based business raising doves and releasing them at events.

Todd worked for a man who wanted doves released at his son’s funeral, and it reportedly led to a disagreement between himself and the client regarding payment for his work.

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While arresting three suspects for drug-related crimes, two Long Island police officers were in need of medical attention after being exposed to one of the substances.

Early Saturday morning, around 12:40 am, patrolling officers saw a Toyota sitting in the parking lot of a movie theater and they went up to the vehicle to find out what was going on.

When they approached the vehicle they reportedly found 31-year-old David Lyons sitting in the driver’s seat with his assumed partner, 31-year-old Grace Lyons in the passenger seat next to him. A man identified as 36-year-old Deron Barnes was allegedly an additional passenger.

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The authorities have arrested a suspect who they allege was part of an identity theft ploy. They believe that the accused used the information, which was taken from an elderly man, to make over $50,000 in purchases.

The caregiver of an 80-year-old man who has dementia reportedly got a couple of bills in the mail in the name of the man for whom she works stating that he owed a dental clinic several thousands of dollars for work that he never had done.

After an investigation into the claims was opened, it was reportedly discovered that someone had used the victim’s personal information at the Friedman Dental Group to open a credit account. The person then had over $41,000 in dental procedures done, including a new set of implants to replace the teeth that had rotted in his mouth.

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When the dinner that her live-in boyfriend had purchased included items that she disapproved of, a woman reportedly threw the food at the man resulting in domestic violence charges for battery.

65-year-old Donna Lee Gramley and her 64-year-old partner live in a mobile home park together in an area close to Tampa Bay, Florida.

Gramley’s housemate bought Chinese food for dinner and he included some items in his order that he shared with his neighbors.

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After allegations that they participated in a voter fraud scheme, nine people are being accused of enticing homeless people with goods in order to get them to falsify signatures.

When suspicions regarding fraudulent signature collection on petitions containing ballot measures and voter registration cards during the 2016 and 2018 elections from people on Skid Row in Los Angeles came to light, an investigation was started earlier this year.

The Los Angeles Police Department used video surveillance and undercover agents and learned that people collecting signatures for ballots and voter registration were using money, food, and cigarettes to convince inhabitants of skid row to sign names that they were instructed to write on the official forms. The names were allegedly downloaded and collected off of the internet by the suspects.