Articles Tagged with convenience store

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According to the authorities, a man suspected of driving under the influence was caught with a Gila monster in his vehicle, but he did not have a permit to legally possess the venomous lizard. 

On the evening of June 5, 37-year-old Brandon Denney was reportedly parked in a convenience store parking lot with the engine of his vehicle running. It was reported that he was fading in and out of consciousness behind the wheel. 

The man was seen by someone as they walked by, and they notified the authorities about what they saw. 

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A man in Montana was arrested and accused of stealing several thousands of dollars worth of lottery tickets and cartons of cigarettes from a convenience store. 

James Alexander Drew is a Montana man with a criminal history. It was reported that he was previously convicted of felony criminal endangerment. He additionally was recently arrested on theft-related allegations, and he was released from incarceration on a bond. 

Drew was reportedly in Great Falls on February 9. 

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A woman was arrested last week after allegedly using a hypodermic needle she claimed was contaminated with AIDS to threaten a store clerk before she stole money.

In the early evening on December 14, a woman later identified as 34-year-old Ashley Demers visited a Seasons Corner Market in Raynham.

When she went into the store, Demers allegedly had a hypodermic in hand, and she reportedly said that it held a substance that was tainted with AIDS.

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When a woman from Missoula, Montana was placed under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol she allegedly became unruly and delivered a kick to the head of one of the responding officers.

On Friday night, a woman who had been shopping in a convenience store was seen by someone as she exited the establishment and reportedly got into her vehicle.

The onlooker got the impression that the woman had been drinking too much to drive, and they notified the authorities to alert them about the possibly dangerous situation.

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