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When a suspect who was reportedly caught breaking into parked cars at the State Fair fled, she crashed a vehicle and hid from the authorities to try to prevent her arrest.

34-year-old Savannah Masters is from Hastings, Nebraska.

On September 2, Masters was reportedly at Fonner Park, where the Nebraska State Fair is held.

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A septuagenarian in Kentucky allegedly walked up to a home and offered the grandmother of a 3-year-old $1000 to buy the child.

73-year-old Ronnie Lou Helton resides in Corbin.

Late in the afternoon on April 7, Kristy Baker and her boyfriend Tony Goodwin were spending time with Baker’s grandson at her home.

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A man is facing felony charges after allegedly violating a no-contact order against him from his neighbor, and propelling potatoes at the woman.

A woman and the man in a neighboring home in Yakima, Washington, reportedly had a tense past relationship which led to the female obtaining a no-contact order against him.

The man was disallowed from returning to his residence and forced to relocate due to the order, but still retained the ownership of his home.

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An intoxicated man from Massachusetts allegedly let himself into the zoo after hours so he could visit with the monkeys.

On June 2, when the employees at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, which is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported for work in the morning they believed someone had been on the premises after hours the previous night.

The workers reportedly found that one of the boats used for reaching two islands that house the lemur exhibit had been disturbed.

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A man in Mulberry, Florida allegedly gulped down a baggy containing methamphetamine, in addition to nearly smashing his car into a police vehicle while the authorities tried to apprehend him.

Last week, deputies with the Polk County Police attempted to pull over a Dodge Ram truck for a traffic stop.

According to the police department’s press release, instead of pulling over, the operator of the vehicle reportedly made a U-turn and began to drive away from the deputies.

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A man suspected of burglarizing a home last Thursday tried to buck the accusation when he said a horse was the actual perpetrator.

Steve Ferguson bought a home in Pasco County, Florida, last year with the intention of repairing and restoring it before listing it as a rental.

Ferguson, who held the belief that the location of his new house was in a neighborhood that was frequently targeted for break-ins, installed a security system on his property since he would not be living there and wanted to keep watch over the home. He also posted “No Trespassing” signs as an additional attempt to deter criminal activity.

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