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A fake pill bottle with a GPS tracker helped the police find and arrest a Michigan man who allegedly robbed thousands of dollars worth of prescription drugs from several CVS pharmacies over two months. 

Beginning on May 24, CVS pharmacies in four separate locations in midwestern Michigan were robbed of several prescription medications by an unknown suspect. 

One of the stores in Van Buren Township was visited by the suspect twice. The first time was on May 24, and then again on June 8. The alleged robber went to the pharmacy in Saline on June 2, the Ann Arbor location on June 14, and the store in Milan on July 7. 

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When a woman allegedly stole a vehicle and led the police on a high-speed chase, she was detained when she stopped at a McDonald’s drive-thru for an order of chicken nuggets.

On July 6, a Chevy Silverado with the keys in the engine marked with “Raymond James Restoration” was reportedly stolen from a job site in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The owner of the company called the authorities and told them that the vehicle was equipped with a GPS tracking device.

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A man from Iowa allegedly abducted a woman and forced her to watch the television miniseries “Roots” while threatening to violently end her life if she tried to leave.

52-year-old Robert Lee Noye is a black man who lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

On February 17, Noye allegedly held a woman captive inside of his home and told her that she was required to stay there and watch the entirety of the 1977 television miniseries “Roots” with him. The woman also reportedly had her 12-year-old daughter with her during the alleged forced viewing.

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A man who worked in a dermatology office in Florida has been accused of battery after allegedly sneaking into the manager’s office and adding semen to her drinking water on two different days.

62-year-old Robert Tyson was employed as an office worker at the Welby Way dermatology clinic in Tallahassee. He reportedly had a negative rapport with the office manager and he tried to address the issues by sending letters to the woman in question and to her bosses informing them of his displeasure with the way the office was being run due to his belief that she was not performing her job well.

On July 2, the office manager was drinking water from the cup she had on her desk and she believed it had a taste and odor that should not have been present. When looking inside of the mug she noted a white-colored, viscous substance was floating in the water.

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An Arizona resident who was exiting the hospital after receiving help for health problems relating to the extreme heat outside allegedly stole an ambulance so that he would not have to walk home in the high temperature.

When 37-year-old Todd Shell, a former basketball player for Arizona State University, became ill from the recorded 115-degree weather on Tuesday he went to the hospital for treatment.

After he was stabilized Shell left the hospital and went back into the hot weather but as he did not have a vehicle he realized that he would have to walk home. He allegedly spotted an ambulance that had recently made a drop off at the emergency room. It was still running but no one was inside of it.

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