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A Russian history professor who is renowned for his depiction of Napoleon was arrested after he was pulled out of a river while intoxicated and in possession of a backpack of limbs that had been removed from a woman’s body.

63-year-old Oleg Sokolov is a professor of history at Saint Petersburg State University who is well-versed in French military history, as well as a top player in historical re-enactment activities. Sokolov has shown a strong attachment to the life of Napoleon Bonaparte by writing more than one book about the French general, in addition to dressing in period costume to depict his likeness at historical events.

For the past 5-years, Sokolov had been dating an ex-student, Anastasia Yeshchenko, who also shared his passion for French history. The couple reportedly lived together and collaborated on some of Sokolov’s writings about Napoleon.

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A man who was staying in a Largo hotel room is facing charges after police allegedly found that he was trying to hide narcotics in a fast food container which was also holding chicken nuggets.

Last weekend, the authorities made a middle-of-the-night visit to 34-year-old Eric Little at the hotel room where he was staying.

While looking around, the police spotted a backpack in the room and looked to see what was inside. They reportedly discovered a syringe that was believed to have been previously used for injecting drugs and a container of Chicken McNuggets from McDonald’s.

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During a traffic stop, a deputy allegedly found a backpack with marijuana inside the vehicle and purported that it belonged to the driver.

In the afternoon on July 5 in St. Petersburg, a deputy reportedly saw a vehicle traveling on the road with a burned out brake light on the driver’s side, and registration tags that appeared to be past their expiration date.

The deputy pulled the car over to find out about the allegedly expired tags and inform the driver, identified as 23-year-old Samuel Antwoine Bryant, about the mechanical failure. When he walked up to the auto he reportedly smelled marijuana.

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While a man was being questioned about white powder purported to be cocaine he allegedly had on the nasal region of his face he was reported as telling the deputies the substance wasn’t his.

On June 9, Hillsboro County Sheriff’s Office deputies performed a traffic stop on a vehicle carrying a driver and passenger.

Upon surveying the inside of the car one of the deputies became fixated on the passenger, identified as 20-year-old Fabricio Jimenez, when she “immediately noticed” a white substance with a powder-like appearance clinging to portions of the outer rim of his nostrils.

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A mother is being charged with several felonies after her daughter showed up at school with hundreds of roaches reportedly infesting her backpack, leaving her aghast teachers to purport that she neglected to ensure her child was living in a sanitary environment.

33-year-old Jessica Stevenson is a single mother of 5 children between the ages of 5 and 14, and they reside together in a Milton, Florida, home.

Last week, Stevenson’s daughter, who is in 2nd grade at Bagdad Elementary School, was in the cafeteria during the lunch period. Upon opening her backpack it was reported that hundreds of cockroaches began to crawl out.

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After an entire day with the weapon on the campus of a Pittsburgh elementary school, a young child was found with a loaded gun that he allegedly brought with him on Monday morning.

On February 18, at Faison K-5, a seemingly typical day took place while a hidden potential threat to safety was allegedly tucked away in a kindergarten student’s backpack that was kept inside his locker.

At the end of the day when the kids boarded the bus to return to their homes, the child with the reportedly offending backpack contents shared with one of the other students that he had a loaded gun in his bag.

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A man who was stopped for allegedly driving a stolen car was reportedly found carrying drugs and $1200, leading the authorities to believe that he was selling the product.

Tallahassee police were patrolling when they spotted a car that they believed matched the description of an automobile that had been reported as stolen. The officers pulled over the vehicle and as they approached they noted that there was a driver and a passenger inside.

Both of the men were cuffed while the officers inspected the vehicle, and the police allegedly discovered a backpack and drug paraphernalia that they said was predominately on the passenger side.

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A woman who is employed at an Edmond, Oklahoma, elementary school is facing charges after she was allegedly discovered using and carrying methamphetamine on the campus while working.

Amanda Greenfield is a 42-year-old woman who works as a teacher’s assistant at the Will Rogers Elementary School and she has been employed with the district since 2014.

Early in the afternoon on Tuesday, May 15, school authorities notified the local police when they noticed that Greenfield was acting in a way that suggested she was under the influence of an altering substance.

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A Pennsylvania woman was arrested on Wednesday as the suspected owner of a backpack with bricks of heroin inside, after school employees found the bag in a middle school parking lot in December.

At approximately 9:30 am on December 20, an abandoned backpack was observed in the parking lot in the back of Cecilia Snyder Middle School. Bensalem School District personnel contacted the authorities, and on inspection of the bag’s contents police found four bricks of heroin comprised of 10,000 individually packaged doses. The estimated value of the narcotics is $100,000.

Investigators watched the footage captured on surveillance cameras on the school campus in an attempt to locate the owner of the backpack. A New Jersey registered tan Toyota Corolla was seen on the video in the vicinity of where the bag was found.

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On Friday morning at an elementary school in Milledgeville, Georgia a third grader was arrested when a gun allegedly went off in his backpack while he was in his classroom.

The 8-year-old boy attends Lakeview Academy, a private college preparatory school in Baldwin County. He was tardy when arriving on Friday morning, and his classmates were gathered in the front of the classroom reading. He was reportedly looking through his backpack in the rear of the class when a 9-millimeter Smith and Wesson handgun discharged through the bag.

The boy was held in the classroom until the school resource officer arrived, and he was taken into custody prior to being transported to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office.