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Lovely Butts is a 64-year-old woman who has been accused of abusing a child that lives in her home by throwing bleach in her face and threatening her with a firearm.

On September 14, Butts and the underage girl, of whom Butts is reportedly the primary caregiver, allegedly got into a verbal disagreement regarding Butts’ medication.

The situation reportedly intensified, and Butts allegedly grabbed some bleach and hurled it in the direction of the juvenile.

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A man from Covina was detained early last week when the authorities allegedly discovered he was advertising N-95 masks for sale at a price that they believed was much higher than the value of the product with an intent to unfairly profit off the COVID-19 pandemic.

After they were given a tip, Baldwin Park Police Department investigators reported that they found two Craigslist advertisements posted by a seller offering N-95 face masks for $300 for a box of 20. They asserted that the price of $15 per mask seemed high compared to the assumed value of the items, and it was believed that the seller was purposely exploiting the public based on the recent high demand for the product.

The authorities decided to arrange a sting operation and they contacted the seller through the advertisement and asked to buy a box of the face masks.

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A man from Georgia was apprehended last week after it was allegedly discovered that he was selling large amounts of cocaine base out of a hotel room in Vermont.

Leroy Brown Jr. is a 41-year-old resident of McDonough, Georgia.

In December 2019, the Southeastern Vermont Drug Task Force began looking into Brown’s activities connected to drug sales taking place in a room at the Econo Lodge in Brattleboro, Vermont. Approximately one month later the F.B.I. teamed up with the agency in their efforts to uncover the purported suspicious acts taking place.

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When a man in Walmart reportedly coughed on a patron on purpose and stated that he had the coronavirus the authorities arrested and charged him for the poorly received prank.

26-year-old Robert Eugene Heffner Jr. lives in Belmont, North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide order to the people of North Carolina stating that they must adhere to social distancing.

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An Indiana man who got into a single-vehicle car accident was accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol in addition to violating the state-issued stay-at-home order. 

20-year-old Bloomington resident Joseph Baker was reportedly out until the very early morning hours on March 25.

While Baker was reportedly operating a Ford F-150, the vehicle veered off the roadway and smashed into the surrounding trees.

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A Vermont man is being charged for allegations that he was using an electronic device connected to the internet while driving, causing his vehicle to make an impact with a police car parked in the emergency lane.

Last Thursday afternoon, the driver of a vehicle who was having car troubles pulled to the side of the Interstate and called for police assistance so he would be safe from the surrounding traffic.

A Vermont State Police officer dispatched to the location and parked on the shoulder with his emergency flasher on so he could lend his assistance to the person experiencing the mechanical mishap.

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A man who was allegedly under the influence was also accused of transporting two women under the guise that he was an Uber driver.

Last week, two women had gone out for drinks and ended up at the Cookout in Nashville, when they decided to hail an Uber so they wouldn’t be on the road after imbibing.

A vehicle approached and the women got inside, and both took a seat in the back.

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When 911 received an abundance of calls from a woman reporting that her boyfriend was being mean to her, the police alleged that she exploited the system by falsifying her need for help.

Last week 40-year-old Mary Ann Parrish and her boyfriend were apparently not seeing eye-to-eye, and the woman was reported as calling 911 half a dozen times in a four-hour period to let them know that he was acting like a jerk.

When a deputy dispatched to the Lacoochee, Florida, home to investigate the reason behind the alleged barrage of calls for emergency assistance it was reported that Parrish again notified 911 while he was already at the location.

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A man from Anaheim who is a driver for Uber is suspected of attempting to kidnap up to four different rides that he was providing services for in Santa Monica.

On Halloween night, a car matching the description of a vehicle authorized to serve as an Uber was reported to 911 just before 7:00 pm by a woman inside of the car. The customer reported that she had ordered a ride and her driver was not allowing her to get out of the car.

Police dispatched to search for the blue Prius that the woman reported. While they were in the process of looking they were notified of three more calls that were received by emergency services with reports of the same type of car, and the callers said that the driver had tried to kidnap them. All of the people additionally stated that they had the impression that the driver had a gun in the vehicle with him.

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A man from Virginia is facing charges after a Florida officer allegedly found him napping in his underpants inside his vehicle, which reportedly contained marijuana, on the side of the Interstate.

Just before midnight on September 14, a Highway Patrol officer saw a car parked on the side of the road on Interstate 95 with the emergency flashers turned on.

As the officer approached the vehicle it was reported that the man inside was asleep and wearing nothing but a pair of underwear.

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