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A Florida woman allegedly tried to hire someone to murder her ex-husband, but her purported plot was intercepted by the authorities.

47-year-old Gretchen Buselli (a.k.a. Gretchen Yarbrough) has a 5-year-old daughter, but she is no longer married to the girl’s father.

At the beginning of last summer, Yarbrough allegedly talked to someone she has known for a long time. She reportedly told the man that her daughter’s father was abusing the young girl.

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A man reportedly blamed the devil for his alleged actions when he was arrested for inappropriately touching a teenage girl on a flight.

58-year-old Kepueli Talaiasi is from Mesa, Arizona.

On the evening of April 26, Talaiasi and his son boarded a flight from Phoenix with the destination of Anchorage, Alaska. Talaiasi had the aisle, and his son sat next to the window, leaving an open seat between the pair.

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After the police responded to a call from a woman claiming her ex-boyfriend was about to take her life, they learned that she had falsely accused the man, but they unexpectedly detained a fugitive.

On December 4, the Pueblo Police Department was notified about a potentially harmful domestic violence matter between a woman and her ex-boyfriend, and it reportedly involved a gun.

The woman said she was trying to stay out of sight but claimed that her ex had a firearm and he was making threats to kill her.

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A Georgia woman was arrested after she allegedly tried to get free food from a Chick-Fil-A on several occasions by asserting that she is an agent with the FBI.

A Chick-Fil-A in Rockmart was reportedly recently visited by a woman, later identified as 47-year-old Kimberly Ragsdale, who drove a white Dodge Caravan and allegedly disclosed that she worked for the FBI.

Ragsdale reportedly used her official status in an attempt to get the eatery to give her meals free of charge and allegedly said they would be arrested for non-compliance.

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A Utah woman caring for a 4-month-old was reportedly found at an out-of-state International airport after allegedly kidnapping the baby.

On November 5, 31-year-old Emily Marissa Luciano reportedly accepted the role of caring for three siblings. The youngest of the children is 4-months-old, and his older siblings are ages 1 and 5.

When their mother left her children in Luciano’s care, their alleged agreement was that they would stay at her home for the night and come home the next morning.

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After many theories were posited by the online community about who the alleged peeing perpetrator was, the authorities have released the identity of the pastor accused of urinating on a female passenger mid-flight.

In the middle of October, passengers boarded a flight on Delta Airlines from Las Vegas with a destination of Detroit.

Just before 3:00 am, while most of the passengers were resting, a sleeping woman reportedly woke to find a man standing over her with his genitals exposed.

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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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A man in Los Angeles allegedly tried to scam people out of financial investments by asking them to endorse a drug he reportedly claimed he created that was successful for curing COVID-19, and he is facing federal charges for the accusation.

53-year-old Keith Lawrence Middlebrook has a large online presence on social media under the name “The Real Iron Man.”

Middlebrook reportedly had an Instagram account as well as a YouTube channel where he marketed items such as a product claiming to reverse the aging process, in addition to having an acting career with small roles in several well-known television shows and movies.

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A Washington man is facing charges after authorities allege he is the proprietor of an illegally manufactured treehouse containing pornographic images of children that they discovered in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

For several years an urban legend type rumor has been making the rounds by hikers of the area about an unorthodox cabin nestled in the woods of the Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington.

A curious Department of Natural Resources worker decided he was going to try to uncover the existence of the rumored structure. He began his search and after half a dozen attempts he came across an ornate cabin nestled in a tree in November 2016.

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On Tuesday at a jail in downtown Los Angeles a man was taken into custody when authorities alleged that he tried to enter the detention center using a fake badge, and he was said to be armed with weapons.

Around 10:00 p.m. on March 6, 28-year-old Greg Baghoomian of Sunland reportedly entered the Inmate Reception Center of the Los Angeles Men’s Central Jail and walked up to the desk with a badge. He flashed the identification and tried to enter the facility, but deputies on duty would not allow him to inside before verifying his identity.

Before authorities were able to authenticate his status as an FBI agent as his badge displayed Baghoomian allegedly fled from the Inmate Reception Center and fled in the direction of the Men’s Central Jail across the street. He was apprehended by deputies who were alerted of his impending arrival from authorities at the reception center.

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