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A man was arrested after allegedly sending a death threat accompanying a friend request on Facebook and then reportedly kicking his way through the door of the alleged victim’s home.

29-year-old Caleb Burczyk lives in Williston, North Dakota, and he has reportedly been struggling to obtain employment since he was laid off from his most recent job.

Burczyk was working for NexTier Wireline alongside Robert Allen Thomas and Thomas’s brother-in-law.

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A teen from Georgia allegedly using several social media platforms to entice at least five women into personal meetings before sexually assaulting them at knifepoint.

18-year-old Demetrius Samuel Roam and his family reside in an apartment in Atlanta.

In the middle of October, the police received several calls from women in their early 20’s accusing Roam of either raping or attempting to rape them.

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Four people are facing charges after the authorities caught wind of a video posted on social media showing them playing with a child, and asserted that the youngster could be in danger based on the perceived roughness of the interaction.

At the end of May, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was notified by a concerned citizen who said they had seen a video on Snapchat depicting two men roughly handling a child.

After opening an investigation regarding the situation, the authorities reported that they discovered the video was also posted on Facebook.

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A woman who allegedly posted screenshots of racist messages sent to her by her parents was arrested when it was asserted that she broke the law by doing so.

21-year-old Kaileigh Schmidt lives in Petal, Mississipi.

Schmidt and her parents, who reside in Ellisville, were recently reportedly experiencing family tension regarding their reaction to her going to a party where black people were in attendance.

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Two men allegedly stole alcohol from a convenience store while wearing hollowed-out watermelons as masks in a purported attempt to conceal their identities.

On the evening of May 5, the Sheetz convenience store in Louisa, Virginia, was visited by two people wearing masks that appeared unrelated to COVID-19 protection, as they were reportedly made of watermelon rinds that encased their heads. The watermelons had their innards removed and eye holes were carved for visibility.

The suspects, who were reportedly riding in a black Toyota Tacoma, allegedly grabbed liquor from the store’s supply and walked out without paying for the products.

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A 10-year-old boy was prosecuted for a felony after he and his friend pointed unarmed Nerf guns at a passing vehicle and the driver alerted the authorities.

Gavin Carpenter lives with his parents at an Army post in Colorado Springs while his father finishes the final two-and-a-half months of his duty in the state.

At the end of last July, Gavin and one of his friends were spending time together at Gavin’s grandparent’s house and they decided they would go outside with Nerf guns and act out the popular video game Fortnite.

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A man who allegedly accepted pictures of boys’ feet in addition to reportedly giving them money for their socks was charged last week for the accusations.

Just before 8:30 am on Wednesday, a man reportedly spoke with an officer at the local police station to inform them about a situation he was allegedly entangled in that involved three underage boys.

The man, identified as 37-year-old Christopher Minnier, provides EMT services to the Manheim Township youth football program.

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An Uwchlan Township woman allegedly claimed she had cancer in a purported attempt to scam people who donated to her fundraisers out of the money they pledged to assist her.

31-year-old Jessica Smith reportedly said she was being treated for Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colorectal Cancer, and she reached out to the public using GoFundMe and Facebook in an alleged attempt to raise money.

In the fundraisers, Smith, reportedly using the name Jessica Veronica Cornell, allegedly stated that she was suffering from her treatments and that she was struggling to make ends meet due to the high cost of her medical bills.

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A woman suspected of driving under the influence allegedly threatened to rape and kill the officers involved in her arrest.

On October 21, 30-year-old Sarah Jane Doughty was reportedly drinking alcoholic beverages in a Salt Lake County bar.

When the woman wanted to leave the establishment it was reported that more than one person tried to intervene and stop her from driving her vehicle.

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A woman and her boyfriend who worked as delivery drivers for Amazon have been accused of snatching a family’s dog and trying to sell the pet on Craigslist.

On July 5, a male and female pair were delivering parcels for Amazon in a Parker County, Texas, neighborhood.

The couple came across a home where they saw a dog in the front yard and they allegedly decided to pick up the pup.

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