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When a woman in the middle of her shift at 7-11 told the man working with her that she was bored he allegedly used the opportunity to propose a gratuitous and unwanted sexual encounter as a way to pass the time.

Until recently, 25-year-old Mustafa Demiray was a staff member at the 7-11 in Bradenton, Florida.

Last weekend, Demiray was on the clock working with a female clerk during an uneventful period at the convenience store. The woman reportedly shared with Demiray that she had a lack of interest in finishing her shift just before she went to a back office area designated for employees and sat down to fiddle with her cell phone.

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On Wednesday night around 11:00 pm, an Altoona, Pennsylvania, resident secured his home and turned in for the evening.

When he woke up on Thursday morning he said that he saw that one of the doors to his house was ajar.

He entered into the kitchen and he reportedly happened upon a man who was asleep on his kitchen floor. Though the alleged intruder’s presence alone left the resident baffled, the additional discovery that the uninvited guest was surrounded by shredded up sanitary napkins caused further bewilderment.

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When two Arkansas neighbors allegedly combined alcohol, a bulletproof vest, and a rifle, the ill-advised blend resulted in class D felony charges for both men.

On March 31, 50-year-old Charles Ferris, and his 36-year-old neighbor Christopher Hicks were hanging out together and enjoying some drinks on Ferris’ backyard deck.

At some point in the evening, Ferris decided he would wear a bulletproof vest. While donning the body armor he allegedly got it in his head that he should goad Hicks into shooting him in the chest using the loaded rifle.

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Two 9th grade student allegedly used their computer smarts to illegally interfere with their school’s internet connection on several occasions so that they wouldn’t have to take tests.

At Secaucus High School in New Jersey, two boys, age 14, allegedly took down the internet connection that is essential for much of the schoolwork on the campus. The purported connection-crashing shenanigans appeared to correlate with the times that tests were scheduled to take place in the classes of the accused students.

Last Thursday, school officials notified the authorities to report the allegedly intentional web blackouts and give the police the names of the students that they suspected were the responsible parties.

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Three women who run Los Angeles County stores are the main focus of an investigation that led to charges against 17 people who allegedly took part in the misuse of food stamp benefits.

Maria Teresa Ramirez, 37, her 54-year-old mother Maria Magdalena Salgado, and 37-year-old Yessica Raquel Garay each reportedly run different locations of three convenience stores owned by the mother and daughter.

Over a 6-year period beginning in 2011, the three women allegedly afforded some of their customers with cards containing SNAP funds the ability get cash instead of food if they agreed to give some of the money obtained to the store as a fee for the service.

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A man who spent over two decades working with law enforcement is facing several criminal charges for allegations that he was the perpetrator of child sexual abuse.

50-year-old Kip Wayne Teal had a 22-year career in Spartanburg County law enforcement agencies, the past four of which he was with the Coroner’s office.

Teal, who resigned from his position approximately a year ago for unrelated reasons, has been accused of incidents involving the sexual assault of a minor that purportedly took place from August 2013 until July 2016. The youngster in question’s reported abuse began when she was 6.

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The checkout cashier at a grocery store was the reported victim of an assault after a customer allegedly physically lashed out when he got upset about how his purchases were bagged.

In early February, 55-year-old Bradley Bower and his wife were grabbing some groceries at a Giant Food Store in New Cumberland.

Quite a few bags of chips were in Bowers’ cart amongst the other items, and as he was checking out he said that the clerk was haphazardly tossing his groceries into bags causing damage to his snacks.

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A couple who was reportedly drunk during a local event allegedly fornicated in view of the other guests while they were inside one of the cars on the observation wheel.

Last week, the beginning of the season for the Cincinnati Reds was celebrated in the recreational spot that the SkyStar Observation Wheel is located.

The wheel, which stands 150 feet when a car reaches the top and has enclosed gondolas, was allegedly chosen by 30-year-old Michael Mathisen and his 31-year-old girlfriend Lauren Wilder as a place to partake in physical affection.

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When 911 received an abundance of calls from a woman reporting that her boyfriend was being mean to her, the police alleged that she exploited the system by falsifying her need for help.

Last week 40-year-old Mary Ann Parrish and her boyfriend were apparently not seeing eye-to-eye, and the woman was reported as calling 911 half a dozen times in a four-hour period to let them know that he was acting like a jerk.

When a deputy dispatched to the Lacoochee, Florida, home to investigate the reason behind the alleged barrage of calls for emergency assistance it was reported that Parrish again notified 911 while he was already at the location.

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A man who was reportedly found with narcotics on his person allegedly said that the sock in which the substance was discovered belonged to someone else.

In the pre-dawn hours on Saturday, an Austintown police officer was on duty when he spotted a Mercedes that was allegedly steered into a driveway without the implementation of the blinker.

After the vehicle parked at the residence, the officer executed a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side to explain the reason for his presence.