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A man in Connecticut allegedly robbed an ATM company worker while they were trying to refill the cash in a gas station machine.

28-year-old Sylvester Terrance Younger goes by the nickname “Tweety Bird.”

On June 7, a man reportedly approached an ATM company employee that was refilling a cash machine at a Sunoco Gas Station in Bridgeport.

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The passenger of a car on the Interstate in Missouri allegedly fired three shots at a vehicle holding a mother, father, and four youngsters.

On June 15, 22-year-old Shanyka Fouche and her 2-year-old were reportedly passengers in a Ford Focus driven by another woman.

Around 3:00 pm, while the Focus was on I-55 in Jefferson County, they reportedly drove up behind a Nissan Pathfinder with a family of six inside. Four of the passengers were children, ages 2 to 11. The mother was driving the SUV, and the dad was in the passenger’s seat.

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A woman whose home was reportedly burglarized allegedly tried to get back at the person she believed was responsible by robbing from his residence in retaliation.

On May 21, the authorities in Hammond, Louisiana, began to investigate 23-year-old Tytianna Sims’ report that someone had burglarized her home.

The police believed they had an idea of who might have committed the burglary, and they began to seek out the man, identified as 29-year-old Rory Brett Welda.

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After a Florida man was ejected from a home, he allegedly returned and caused destruction to the property, terrorized the inhabitants, and had a standoff with police for many hours.

31-year-old Paul Ezzell had recently been staying in a home in Tampa on a temporary basis.

Last Sunday night, Ezzell was reportedly asked to depart from the residence for causing problems.

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After a man reportedly fought with staff over wearing a mask at a restaurant in Los Angeles, he allegedly pulled out a gun and demanded they hand over all of their cooked chickens.

Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles, founded in 1975, “is best known, as the name states, for serving chicken and waffles, both together and separately,” according to their website. The New York Times dubbed their establishment a “Beloved Soul Food Chain.”

On the evening of January 3, the restaurant was visited by a man who reportedly began to give a hard time when they informed him he would not be served if he did not wear a face mask.

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Three suspects were apprehended for an alleged home invasion and drug crimes after paraphernalia reportedly dropped out of one of their pockets in front of officers taking a coffee break at a local coffee shop.

At approximately 3:00 am last Monday, officers with the Chico Police Department took a trip to the Donut Nook for coffee.

A vehicle containing a female driver and two passengers entered the parking lot of the establishment while the police were on the premises.

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The mother of a 15-year-old who was accused of using a gun while robbing a Circle K was reportedly the driver of the intended getaway vehicle during the alleged heist.

Last Halloween, a Circle K store in Winter Springs, Florida reported that they had been the victim of an armed robbery.

Since the store has surveillance equipment, the event was recorded on video, and a person can be seen on the footage as they entered the store and handed a piece of paper to the employee at the register. The person, whose face was concealed by a mask, additionally appeared to be holding a gun during the alleged robbery.

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A son who resides with his mom is facing charges after the 27-year-old allegedly threw a corncob at her in what has been deemed a domestic battery.

Cody Cummins currently lives with his mother in her Zephyrhills, Florida, home. He previously served a prison sentence for over 3 years due to an armed burglary conviction, and since his release, Cummins has spent some time employed as a cook.

On May 25, Cummins was at home with his mom when he reportedly chucked a corncob. The central core of the vegetable allegedly propelled in the direction of his mother and it struck her on the top of her head.

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A man previously convicted of a felony was pulled over in Menifee and the authorities allegedly found methamphetamine and a loaded handgun inside the vehicle he was driving.

Sgt. Sam Morovich with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said that Special Enforcement Team officers saw a vehicle on the road and became suspicious that the driver might be doing something illegal.

When they performed a traffic stop on the automobile the driver was said to be Freddie Josef Castro, a 28-year-old man who is a convicted felon.

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A well-known business owner and member of the Cherryville, Florida, community is facing charges for allegedly using a hidden camera to capture videos of girls, some of which were underage, without their knowledge while they were showering on his yacht.

Richard Hilliard Jr. is a 49-year-old man who is a member of the family that owns a foam molding company called Modern Polymers. He and his family are known throughout their community due to the popularity of their business.

Hilliard is the proprietor of a person yacht which he named “Yacht’s O’ Trouble,” and he extended an invitation to eight young women, one of which was his former babysitter, to join him on the vessel for an excursion. He also recruited the mother of his ex-babysitter as a chaperone for the three underage girls and five young women he planned to entertain.

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