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A Florida man accused of attempting to murder his ex-girlfriend with a gun reportedly yelled out declarations of love while being detained by deputies.

39-year-old Aaron James Thayer reportedly works in Connecticut since 2002, but he had a long-term relationship with a woman in Flagler County, Florida. The pair first united when the woman was 13-years-old, and they have a young daughter.

According to his girlfriend, for the previous few months, the couple has not been getting along. The woman reported that things had always been toxic between the pair and that Thayer had become physically abusive after she turned 18. They recently reportedly ended the relationship.

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A Texas tax preparer with a felony record who was confronted by unhappy customers reportedly pulled a gun on them and hit a woman in the head with the weapon.

46-year-old Latunya Wright served a federal prison term following a 2012 conviction for taking part in a multi-million dollar scam on a company that services ATMs.

Since Wright’s release, she has reportedly opened a Houston-based tax preparing business called MZ BIZ.

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When deputies spotted a driver who allegedly blew through a stop sign, they reportedly found thousands of dollars in unopened packs of scratch-off lottery tickets, in addition to firearms and a large sum of money.

Last Friday night, 20-year-old Isaac Duku was reportedly driving through the Knoxville area on the Northside of Pittsburg.

At approximately 10:00 pm, Duku allegedly approached a stop sign but did not come to a halt.

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A woman arrested in February allegedly smuggled a firearm into the jail using her genitalia, and it remained with her in the facility for 17 days before the authorities located it.

On Valentine’s Day, 39-year-old Missouri resident Amy Natasha Wilhite was taken into custody for an assortment of allegations, including possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a firearm, failure to appear on two separate charges, and resisting arrest.

When Wilhite was booked into the Boone County Jail by the Columbia Police Department, it was reported that she underwent a full pat-down in addition to a standard body cavity search given to new inmates.

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When police felt an object asserted to be a pistol in a suspect’s pants, the Florida man reportedly said the protrusion was his penis.

20-year-old Michael Phillips is a pool guard who resides in St. Petersburg.

Just before 9:30 pm on March 6, Phillips was reportedly the passenger in a vehicle driven by 19-year-old Kyleigh Bartley. The car in which the pair were traveling was allegedly stolen.

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A New York landlord was arrested after he allegedly performed an illegal eviction by kidnapping two tenants at gunpoint and leaving them tied up in a secluded cemetery.

48-year-old Shawn Douglas lives in Albany in one of the units at the Grandview Terrance. Douglas has been the owner of the property since 2006, and he is the landlord.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has left many people with financial struggles, several states, including New York, have implemented a halt on evictions.

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After a man reportedly fought with staff over wearing a mask at a restaurant in Los Angeles, he allegedly pulled out a gun and demanded they hand over all of their cooked chickens.

Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles, founded in 1975, “is best known, as the name states, for serving chicken and waffles, both together and separately,” according to their website. The New York Times dubbed their establishment a “Beloved Soul Food Chain.”

On the evening of January 3, the restaurant was visited by a man who reportedly began to give a hard time when they informed him he would not be served if he did not wear a face mask.

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When an allegedly intoxicated father reportedly challenged and lost several arm-wrestling matches with his juvenile son, the man allegedly became angered and fired bullets into the ceiling of the home before holding the police in a stand-off for more than 7-hours.

A short time after midnight on July 6, 55-year-old Curtis Zimmerman was at his Florence, Kentucky home with his wife and 16-year-old son.

He was reportedly intoxicated, and Zimmerman allegedly made his son arm-wrestle with him many times, but the man did not win any of the matches.

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When a man at a Little Rock pizza parlor allegedly became disgruntled over being offered less than what he considered the proper amount of toppings on his pie, he reportedly fired a gun through the front window of the building.

Just before 4:00 pm on July 29, Five Pie Pizza restaurant was reportedly visited by a man and woman who placed an order after entering the establishment.

When the food was given to the customers, the male took a gander at the item he was presented and allegedly asserted that he was intentionally gypped on the amount of toppings placed on his pizza.

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A security guard working at a private school in Florida may face felony charges after he allegedly shot a coworker in the face while showing him his gun.

Lauderdale Lakes resident Julian Antonio Suarez is a security guard for Kent Security who has assignments on school campuses.

On Thursday morning, Suarez was at the Lower campus of the Sagemont School in Weston, which is a private institution that caters to children from 3-years-old through 5th grade.

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