Articles Tagged with Florida

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When a man was pulled over for reportedly failing to comply with Florida’s “Move Over” traffic law, he was allegedly found in possession of a huge stash of narcotics. 

Anthony Diaz is from Katy, Texas. 

On May 18, Diaz was driving on Interstate 95 in Brevard County, Florida. He passed a deputy’s vehicle that was parked on the side of the road while the law enforcement agent was dealing with another driver. 

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A woman in Florida has been accused of approaching men that she does not know and hugging them for the alleged purpose of stealing their wallets to use their credit cards. 

65-year-old Kathy Stevens lives in Clearwater, Florida. 

According to the local authorities, Stevens is known as the “hugging bandit” for allegedly bestowing costly embraces upon men she has never met before. It is purported by the police that she does so because it affords her the opportunity to take their wallets without it being immediately detected by the alleged victims. 

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Two youngsters were reportedly left at home without proper supplies or supervision while their mother flew to Florida with her boyfriend for a three-day vacation. 

36-year-old Kerry Caviasca and her two kids, ages 8 and 11, live in Watertown, Connecticut. She teaches at a middle school in the Waterbury School District. 

It is reported that Caviasca is no longer married to the father of the children, and she is currently dating someone. 

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A father protesting the mask mandate at his daughter’s high school was arrested after allegedly physically assaulting a student.

50-year-old Dan Bauman is the parent of a 15-year-old girl who attends Fort Lauderdale High School.

Because of the high number of COVID-19 cases in the area, the school chose to implement a mask mandate for all of the students and staff on the campus.

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When a 15-year-old who said she was going on a church retreat failed to return home, she was found in a Florida vacation rental home with an armed felon.

In mid-July, a 15-year-old girl from Dilley, Texas booked a flight to Ft. Meyers after informing her parents that she would be attending an all-inclusive church retreat in the Sunshine state.

According to the young woman’s friends, they believed she had been talking to a man using social media.

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A woman on an airplane reportedly refused to wear a face mask and allegedly became unruly by fighting with the authorities and spitting on passengers.

Last week, 23-year-old Adelaide Gabrielle Schrowang was taking a trip out of Southwest Florida International Airport.

The woman boarded the Delta Airlines aircraft and took her seat amongst the other passengers, but she was not wearing a face mask.

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A man from California who was convicted of rape reportedly failed to register as a sex offender and spent 21-years hiding from the authorities under an assumed name in Florida.

In 1989, 53-year-old David Swenson was convicted of a forcible rape charge in Santa Clarita County. He was incarcerated until 1993, and when he was released he was ordered to register as a sex offender.

In 2000, the authorities reportedly noticed that Swenson had not registered, and a warrant for his arrest was issued.

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A Florida woman is facing felony charges after allegedly using racist language and pelting a fast-food employee with a hamburger over the amount of tomato on her sandwich.

On the evening of April 30, 77-year-old Judith Black reportedly visited Burger King in Wildwood.

The woman asked for a Whopper with her order, and when she was given her food she reportedly looked at the burger and became disgruntled over the size of the tomato slices.

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A Colorado man was arrested after the police alleged that he was pleasuring himself in the view of patrons in a Florida Walmart parking.

On the afternoon of February 17, a woman was parking her car so she could shop at the Walmart in Vero Beach.

As she got out of the car, she reportedly saw a man seated in a Kia parked next to her. When she walked past the car, the woman said she saw the man sexually touching himself.

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The assistant manager of a Florida Circle K store was accused of swiping winning scratch-off lottery tickets worth thousands of dollars when they were reported missing from the store’s inventory.

37-year-old Richard Dawayne Fonville lives in Hilliard, Florida. He is employed as an assistant manager at a Circle K convenience store in Jacksonville, approximately 30-miles from his home.

Around Christmastime, the manager was needed at a different Circle K location and Fonville took over her duties during her absence from the site.

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