Articles Tagged with danger

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A Spotsylvania County sheriff’s deputy opened fire and shot a man that reportedly rushed at him with a large sword. 

27-year-old Nicholas Gene Howell lives in Spotsylvania, Virginia. 

On July 18, Howell was at his parents’ home. His parents and other family members were also at the house. 

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 A woman allegedly drove a commercial truck into her boyfriend’s mobile home after a domestic dispute while three people, including a child, were inside. 

56-year-old Rhonda D. Young lives in Piedmont, Alabama, where her boyfriend also resides. 

On Memorial Day, Young was with her boyfriend at his home. His stepdaughter and her child were also inside the mobile home. 

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A Florida man was taken into custody when he allegedly tried to impress a woman he was on a first date with by driving recklessly on his motorcycle.

22-year-old Taylor William Beverly lives in Tampa.

On August 28, Beverly, who drives a Suzuki motorcycle, picked up a woman for their first date.

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A father was arrested last week when he was allegedly caught street racing in West Houston with two youngsters in the back seat of the vehicle.

According to Houston authorities, the amount of street racing taking place in the area has increased exponentially and has led to approximately 100 recent arrests.

Around 5:00 PM on March 27, a deputy constable on patrol spotted two vehicles traveling on the road at a speed that led him to believe they were racing each other.

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Two people accused of child endangerment were indicted on enhanced charges handed down by a Kentucky grand jury after further consideration of the initial allegations.

On the evening of August 26, 31-year-old Stephanie Michelle Lynch reportedly left her children, ages 5 and 6, in her Pikeville residence under the care of 21-year-old Harley D. Tubbs.

The mother of the children reportedly stepped out for about 60-minutes while her youngsters remained with Tubbs.

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When the authorities located a mother and her two missing children after they believed the family was being held captive by her father-in-law, the woman was charged for drug possession and for putting her children in harm’s way.

On November 11, the Pennsylvania Police Department received word that a woman and her one-and-two-year-old children may be in serious danger when they learned that the mother had tried to call 911 for help before her phone went dead.

The mother, identified as 31-year-old Alicia Brumbaugh, reportedly caused her family an extreme amount of worry for the safety of their loved ones when they found out about the situation.

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Two men are facing criminal charges after they complained to a McDonald’s employee that their hamburgers were not warm enough, and allegedly proceeded to wave around guns, one of which was believed to be stolen.

Early in the morning on Monday, 20-year old Jordon Dunn went to pick up his friend Jawan Davis.

When he retrieved his buddy the pair reportedly headed to a Palm Coast, Florida, McDonald’s nearby.

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According to the attorney working for a Washington City Councilman who has been charged with his fourth DUI, the charge will be viewed as a first-time offense.

On Monday afternoon, 42-year-old Matthew Staniszewski, a Washington City Councilman, was allegedly found behind the wheel of his Honda that was reportedly idle and askew on the side of the road in a position that was blocking oncoming traffic.

An officer approached the vehicle and reported that empty miniature bottles of liquor were laying on the floor of the car, and Staniszewski allegedly appeared rather disoriented.

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While a woman was in the back of a police car en route to jail and in handcuffs, she allegedly removed a bag of white powder from her vagina and snorted some of the contents off the seat next to her.

On Friday night, 28-year-old Kathryn Ahlers, her 17-month-old son, and her boyfriend were reportedly taking an approximately 80-mile trip.

The Winchester Police Department received a call from someone that said they saw a motorist they believed was about to operate a vehicle, but they thought the driver might be intoxicated.

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When a mother saw a man that she believed was a registered sex offender on a bicycle near the dumpster at an elementary school, she committed to her suspicion that he was a danger and reported the alleged suspect to the authorities.

On Easter Sunday, the mother of a student enrolled at Bauder Elementary School was driving past the campus when she saw a man riding a bicycle. She reported that she observed him as he made his way around the perimeter of the school before entering the fenced-off area and heading for the dumpster.

The concerned mother reported that she intuitively knew, using her natural instincts as a mom, that something was wrong with the situation and that the man was up to no good. The woman also read posts in a group on Facebook where other parents had mentioned a man seen riding a bike around at the end of the school days.

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