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A man in New York is facing many charges after accusations that he was responsible for an incident resulting in a 10-month-old being admitted to a pediatric intensive care unit with cocaine in their system.

On March 22, a baby was at the Salem home of a 24-year-old man whose relationship with the infant has not been made public at this time. It was reported that there was cocaine in the household while the youngster was present. At some point, the infant reportedly inhaled the substance.

A call for emergency assistance was placed to 911, and first responders transported the baby to Glens Falls Hospital. After medical staff assessed and provided care for the child, it was determined that they should be admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit at Albany Medical Center.

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A man in Nebraska is facing multiple charges after allegedly putting his hand inside a cinnamon roll box to hold up a convenience store.

Just after midnight on February 27, a man went into a Kwik Shop in Lincoln and walked up to one of the female employees. With his hand reportedly concealed inside a white box that used to contain cinnamon rolls, the man allegedly demanded the clerk give him cash.

It was reported that the woman thought the alleged robber might have been concealing a gun inside the box, and she gave him the cash he asked for.

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A woman who used to be a teacher may face life in prison after being accused of having sexual relations with a teenage boy, in addition to giving him marijuana and alcohol before he drove an automobile.

On November 6, a 36-year-old woman who worked at South Fremont High School earlier this year reportedly picked up a teenager, reported as being age 16 or 17 years old, from his residence and drove him to her home. While he was there, the teen allegedly smoked pot and drank alcohol. The pair also allegedly had sex.

It was reported that when the boy was going to go home, the woman believed she was too drunk to drive. She reportedly allowed him to borrow her vehicle to drive himself back to his house.

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A woman in New Jersey is facing charges for allegedly using a family member’s name to write prescriptions for patients while reportedly practicing medicine without a license.

Between March 2022 and June 2023, a 62-year-old woman from Toms River, New Jersey, was reportedly working as a physician out of an office at Shore Medical Associates in Ocean County.

According to reports, the woman was not legally licensed to practice medicine, but she allegedly did so during her time at Shores Medical. She was reportedly using the name and valid medical license number of one of her relatives so she could treat patients and write prescriptions during her time at the facility.

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A customer at a Northern New Mexico Sonic restaurant reportedly bit into a small baggie filled with cocaine while she was eating her chili cheese dog, and one of the cooks is being held accountable for the incident.

On May 30, a woman visited a Sonic Drive-In restaurant in Española, New Mexico, and placed an order for a hot dog with chili and cheese.

She was given her food, and when she began to eat, the woman took a bite and realized she had a plastic foreign object in her mouth. She retrieved the item, and she reported that it was a small plastic bag holding a white substance.

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According to the sheriff’s office, the mother of a two-year-old and a male suspect were taken into custody on many charges after the toddler went into cardiac arrest with narcotics in his system. 

On January 4, a 23-year-old mom and a man, also 24, were at their home in Marion, North Carolina. The woman’s 2-year-old son was also at the residence.  

It was reported that the youngster went into cardiac arrest. 

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A group of people in Portland are facing charges after the police learned they were allegedly operating a business called Shroom House where they sold magic mushrooms. 

According to reports, a store in Portland, Oregon called Shroom House opened its doors to the public on October 24. The shop reportedly sold magic mushrooms to the public. 

When the authorities learned about the establishment, they reportedly had two undercover agents visit and purchase just over an ounce of mushrooms. The fungi allegedly tested positive for psilocybin. 

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After investigating a felon for weeks, the authorities found and arrested a man who had many active warrants both federally and in more than one state, in addition to newly incurred charges. 

It was reported that law enforcement with the Parsons, Kansas Police Department has had an open investigation for several weeks trying to track down a known felon from Columbus, Kansas. 

The man, who is 43 years old, has several active felony arrest warrants. He is wanted in Labette County, Kansas, for aggravated kidnapping and domestic battery. The state of Missouri issued a warrant for a parole/probation violation, and he is wanted by the U.S. Marshal Service for possession of a weapon by a felon.   

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A Florida Man is facing several charges after being accused of stealing and selling a minimum of 125 cemetery vases so he could spend the money on fentanyl. 

31-year-old Douglas Deck Jr. lives in St. Petersburg, Florida. 

On July 21, a scrap metal yard in St. Petersburg notified the authorities about someone they identified as Deck Jr. that had visited their establishment on July 12, 13, 14, and 19 with bronze vases for sale. The vases are used for holding flowers and offerings at gravesites, but the man was reportedly selling them as scrap metal. 

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A man who was pulled over for a vehicle registration problem reportedly handed the officer a packet of registration paperwork with a baggie of methamphetamine in the stack. 

57-year-old Roy Porter lives in West Union, West Virginia. 

Last weekend, Porter was driving on the Interstate, and a man later identified as Jared Mayle was his passenger. 

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