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A Michigan home inspector was allegedly caught on camera as he reportedly used an Elmo doll as a masturbatory aid in a client’s child’s nursery.

59-year-old Kevin Wayne VanLuven is employed as a home inspector in Michigan.

On March 12, VanLuven was hired to inspect a home that had recently sold.

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A naked man on the Interstate reportedly stole the vehicle of an officer that tried to help him and crashed the car into a wooded area before being detained.

Late in the morning on January 21, an officer with the Jacksonville County Sheriff’s Office was driving down Interstate 10 when he saw a nude man on the ground near the shoulder of the road.

The officer pulled over and left his keys in the vehicle when he went to see if the man required assistance.

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When officers tried to detain a suspect for alleged acts of domestic violence, the man reportedly grabbed a large knife and wielded it in a threatening manner toward the officers in a purported attempt to avoid arrest.

50-year-old Daniel Edwin Kostecky resides in the Two Rivers Inn West in Jamestown, North Dakota.

On December 12, Kostecky and a female companion were together in his hotel room when they reportedly began to have a verbal disagreement.

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A man from Newington is facing charges after he was allegedly caught rubbing his privates against trees in the backyard of a private residence.

36-year-old John Edward Fignar was reportedly wandering around outside in a residential neighborhood while partially clothed around 3:00 pm on November 12.

When a resident noticed someone in their yard, they were reportedly greeted by the sight of Fignar treating their trees in an allegedly disturbing manner.

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A man from Boston is facing charges after he was accused of setting a ballot box containing more than 100 ballots on fire.

Around 4:00 am on October 25 in Copley Square, it was reported that a ballot box in front of the Boston Public Library was set on fire.

Upon using water to douse the flames, 87 of the 122 ballots inside of the box were still able to be processed, but 35 were destroyed.

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A Williamson County deputy has been fired from his position and charged after accusations that he punched a 12-year-old girl in the face outside of a restaurant while he was intoxicated.

Near dinnertime at the Oakwood BBQ restaurant in Austin, Texas, deputy Jack Danford Jr., reportedly a regular patron at the establishment, showed up at the restaurant to meet with his daughter and her boyfriend who had not arrived yet. When walking through the door staff members informed him that they were closed and he would have to leave, but he was said to have refused their request.

42-year-old Danford made his way to one of the tables outside in the back of the restaurant and allegedly consumed a couple of beers while waiting for the pair to arrive. When they made it to the destination Danford reportedly told his daughter that he had spent the day drinking.

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