Articles Tagged with coronavirus

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A woman who allegedly assaulted and injured her boyfriend reportedly told one of the responding paramedics that she had the coronavirus before allegedly coughing spittle in his face.

38-year-old Lady Lake resident LaDonald Shakkie Holmes was with her boyfriend in the early morning hours on March 18.

While the couple was in bed together Holmes reportedly wanted to share a sexual encounter with her beau, but the man did not share her desire at the time.

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When a Louisiana man made an assumed attempt to post a humorous message on Facebook in reference to the movie “World War Z,” the authorities did not find it funny and responded by arresting the suspect for terrorism.

27-year-old Waylon Allen Bailey resides in Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

Recently, the man reportedly created a Facebook post stating, “SHARE SHARE SHARE ! ! ! ! JUST IN: RAPIDES PARISH SHERIFFS OFFICE HAVE ISSUED THE ORDER, IF DEPUTIES COME INTO CONTACT WITH “THE INFECTED’ SHOOT ON SIGHT….Lord have mercy on us all. #Covid9teen #weneedyoubradpit,” purportedly comparing the current state of the world to the movie World War Z.

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A Cape Coral, Florida man has been held accountable after he allegedly viciously beat a woman who is 6-months pregnant for the belief that she is currently infected with the novel Coronavirus.

Last Monday evening, Cape Coral police were in the midst of responding to a possible domestic violence incident at an apartment complex after receiving notification from a concerned citizen.

As one of the officers made their way toward the apartment in question, it was reported that he could hear a woman yelling in a manner that led to the belief that she was in distress.

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The owner of a New Jersey convenience store reportedly created her own sanitizer and sold the bottles to the public, and several children were allegedly burned after using it.

47-year-old Manisha Bharade owns a 7-11 store in River Vale New Jersey.

Since the widespread outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), people have found it increasingly difficult to obtain items in high demand, such as hand sanitizer.

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A man in Clearwater was taken into custody and charged with a felony after he allegedly grabbed and made off with a roll of toilet paper from a pack left in a truck parked at a residence.

While people appear to be stocking up on bathroom tissue in the middle of the current novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, a resident in Clearwater, Florida reported that a 6-pack left in a vehicle parked at their home inspired someone to break into the truck and help themselves to a roll without permission.

The alleged victim’s doorbell video surveillance camera caught footage of a person who appeared to be male and wearing a grey sweatshirt with a hood.