Articles Tagged with cell phone

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An Ohio woman is facing legal penalties after she allegedly called 911 and reported that she required emergency assistance because her parents had deactivated her cell phone service.

Just before 6:00 pm on February 13, a call was received by 911 from a female who wanted to report an emergency that was taking place.

When the dispatcher began to speak with the woman they reportedly learned that the cause of her heightened state of distress was caused by her parents deciding to disconnect the service to her personal cell phone.

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One of three teenagers was arrested after the trio was accused of stealing and causing a wreck in a Meals on Wheels delivery vehicle while the driver was delivering a meal to a client.

63-year-old Balroop Primal is a delivery driver for Meals on Wheels in Queens, New York. He drops off food to the clients 6-days a week using a vehicle provided by the company.

Last Wednesday, Primal was in the middle of delivering breakfast around 9:15 am. The man, who said he had regularly done the same thing on many occasions, left the vehicle running with the keys inside and thought that he locked it before he brought the meal to the client.

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A woman has been accused of trying to hit her boyfriend by throwing a Bible at his head during a dispute.

51-year-old Terry Slaughter and her boyfriend share a residence together in St. Petersburg, Florida for more than a year.

Around noon on January 19, Slaughter and her beau reportedly began to engage in a quarrel. During the spat Slaughter allegedly hurled a Bible in the direction of the man’s head and it was asserted that she intended to strike him with the sacred tome. The allegedly irate woman has also been accused of smashing her boyfriend’s cell phone during the altercation.

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In a video recorded by a patron of the restaurant, a man was seen as he allegedly assaulted a Burger King employee when he reportedly became angry that his coupon was denied.

On January 15, 34-year-old Jeremiah Wenzel, his mother, and another woman visited a Burger King together in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

When it came time for Wenzel to pay for his order he handed the worker a coupon, and the employee told him that he was unable to accept it.

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After trying to watch a movie while another patron was reportedly using their cell phone, an irritated Iowa yoga instructor allegedly lost his Zen and assaulted the offender that interfered with his experience.

34-year-old Nicholas Glasgow is a yoga instructor who reportedly spends many of his Tuesday evenings at the Marcus Sycamore Cinema in Iowa City.

Last September, Glasgow went to a showing of the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” at his regular haunt, and when he took a seat in the auditorium he reportedly noticed a man who appeared to be more interested in the content on his cell phone than what was to be displayed on the screen.

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A former beauty pageant winner who has recently been working as a middle school teacher has been accused of sending illicit photographs of herself to one of the boys who used to be in her class.

Ramsey Carpenter Bearse won the title of Miss Kentucky in the Miss America state pageant in 2014.

The now 28-year-old Bearse has more recently been employed as an instructor at Andrew Jackson Middle School in Cross Lanes, West Virginia.

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A man walked into a police department and told a sergeant to place him under arrest because he had pornographic images of young girls on his cell phone.

An officer working at the desk in the Pensacola Police Department on Friday afternoon was approached by a man who had walked in to report himself for a crime.

The man, 24-year-old Cory Hinsch, reportedly showed the cop his cell phone and the screen allegedly displayed an image of a female child. The officer assessed the girl, who was sans clothing, and it appeared as if she was behaving in a sexual manner. It was determined that she looked as if she was likely around 8-years-old.

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A man who provided services as a Lyft driver was in an altercation with two passengers early Sunday morning leading to allegations that he threatened the pair and wielded a metal pipe with intent to assault them.

A Boston man and his girlfriend were given a ride by a Lyft driver and arrived at their destination just before 1:00am on Sunday. After they paid the driver and he had departed the woman noticed that she left her cell phone inside of the car. The man called the driver back explaining the situation and requested he return the phone to them at the location he had dropped them off. The couple offered the driver $30 for his trouble.

The Lyft driver, identified as Jesse Colon, agreed to bring the phone back to the couple for the agreed upon fee. According to police, when Colon arrived to return the phone and collect his payment the three engaged in a disagreement concerning payment.

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A pastor from Bridges of Hope Community Church in Minnesota witnessed a couple of teenagers shoplifting snacks from a local grocery store. The way in which he attempt to intervene has earmed him accusations of impersonating a police officer, using pepper spray and becoming physically aggressive with the victims.

Abraam Rodriguez and his cousin went to the store on September 4, and his cousin was seen stealing cereal and fruit snacks worth approximately $10. The man who witnessed them leave the store without paying for the items was identified as Keith Douglas Haskell, the pastor of a church in Owatonna, MN.

Haskell decided to follow the teens to the parking lot and tried to record their license plate number unsuccessfully. He then allegedly continued to pursue them after they pulled away in their SUV.