Articles Tagged with disorderly conduct

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When a woman at a school board meeting regarding school children wearing face coverings reportedly would not wear a face mask after being told that she must, she allegedly caused a ruckus leading to her arrest.

On November 10, the Pinellas County School Board held a meeting in Largo to discuss the wearing of face masks in all school buildings to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Many parents on both sides of the issue were in attendance waiting to express their concerns.

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When a reportedly intoxicated man allegedly pushed the envelope with the authorities by dancing, screaming, and lashing out physically, he was arrested and charged for the unsatisfying performance.

In the West Cleveland suburb of Parma Heights, a man was sitting in his vehicle while allegedly intoxicated.

The authorities were notified after the man allegedly dug his heels in when someone asked him to exit his vehicle so he would not drive drunk.

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A man is facing many charges after allegedly getting drunk and threatening the life of an elderly relative, as well as trying to intimidate the responding authorities by reportedly pretending he was a federal agent.

52-year-old George L. Fusco is a former resident of Brookville, Pennsylvania, who worked in the office of the federal forestry service in the Allegheny National Forest. He tendered his resignation in the summer of 2019.

Recently, Fusco was at a residence in Mt. Pleasant Township with a 72-year-old woman with whom he is related.

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A Pennsylvania man is facing charges after he allegedly bombarded the manager of a grocery store with boxes of frozen pizza.

Just after 3:00 pm on August 13, a man visited the Giant Eagle Supermarket and Pharmacy located at the Logan Towne Centre shopping mall in Altoona.

When the man went inside the grocery store, he was reportedly not wearing a face mask, as is required for anyone in the establishment.

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A Florida man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly spat in the face of a child who was wearing a protective face covering while in a restaurant.

On August 2, 47-year-old Jason Copenhaver reportedly strolled into Ricky T’s Bar and Grille in Treasure Island, Florida.

After entering the establishment, Copenhaver, who was allegedly barefoot, reportedly made his way over to a table where a young boy who was wearing a face mask was sitting.

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The mother of a teenage boy allegedly kneeled on his throat until he was unable to breathe as she reportedly threatened to end his life in the same manner as George Floyd’s.

37-year-old Keriann C. Smith lives in a Genoa City, Wisconsin apartment with her 14-year-old son, and a daughter whose age has not been disclosed at this time.

On June 20, Smith reportedly attacked her son and allegedly applied a substantial amount of pressure to the boy’s throat using her knee.

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A woman is facing charges after she allegedly smacked a store employee and tore the protective mask off his face when she was told she would have to wear a face mask if she wanted to enter the establishment.

Around noon on May 20, an employee of Menards in Mankato, Minnesota reportedly encountered a woman trying to enter the store without a face covering.

The worker reportedly informed the woman about the store policy requiring face masks for all customers and employees, but she allegedly refused to follow the rule.

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A Utah man accused of driving under the influence allegedly attempted to bribe the arresting officer with $50,000 to escape legal penalties.

28-year-old Jacquez Garfield Wright reportedly interacted with the Cedar City police while they were checking into claims of a possible accident in the location that he was driving.

While talking with Wright, an officer reported that the man was unsteady on his feet, smelled like liquor, and spoke in a manner that gave him the impression he had been consuming enough alcohol to inhibit him.

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When two Florida teenagers allegedly used a Walmart as the stage, and the patrons as the unknowing cast for the reportedly humorous COVID-19 internet video they were recording, they arrested for the antics.

Amos Troublefield and Antonio Green are a duo of 18-year-olds who reportedly produce videos and upload the content to YouTube for viewers to enjoy.

On May 9, the pair reportedly went to Walmart in Vero Beach to collect the footage for their next online feature, with the topic of the COVID-19 pandemic as its focus.

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A man from Seaford is facing a felony after an alleged domestic violence incident resulted in his seventh charge for driving under the influence.

Last Sunday, 54-year-old Bretley W. Knox and his 39-year-old girlfriend were reportedly engaged in an argument in his truck that became physical in nature when he allegedly struck the woman.

Around 9:30 pm, Knox was allegedly spotted by people on the street he was traveling down and they reported that he was swerving erratically before he stopped the vehicle in a driveway.

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