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A Florida man who was convicted of attempted murder was in court for sentencing when he reportedly turned on the prosecuting Assistant State Attorney and unexpectedly doused him with a urine-filled container.

In 2017, 28-year-old Albert Narvaez was accused of attempted first-degree murder with a firearm for pointing a gun in his fleeing girlfriend’s direction and unloading five or six rounds from a gun while she was running away. None of the bullets made contact with the woman, but Narvaez was charged and tried for the allegations.

After his trial was complete, Narvaez was found guilty of the charges and he was set to appear in Broward Circuit Judge Susan Alspector’s courtroom on Wednesday to receive his sentence.

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A man from Willard, North Carolina, is suspected of abducting a woman and her 8-month-old child and keeping them captive for over a month while allegedly forcing the woman to perform sexual acts.

The Pender County 911 emergency services received a call on the morning of August 9 from the alleged victim of a kidnapping. The woman on the line reported that she and her baby had been taken by a man on Independence Day, and he had been keeping them captive since then.

The caller also said that her alleged kidnapper used a taser on her before sexually assaulting her. The woman reported that the alleged non-consensual acts took place on more than one occasion and that the man would sometimes point a gun at her while demanding sex.

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A day laborer who was hired to help a couple with some tasks in their home has accused the man and woman of using a gun to intimidate him into having sex with the woman while her husband filmed the encounter.

Early last week, 45-year-old Jorge Murrieta-Valenzuela and his wife Brenda reportedly decided to hire a day laborer for things that they needed help with in their Phoenix, Arizona, residence.

Brenda allegedly drove to a nearby Home Depot to locate a worker where she made the acquaintance of a man who agreed to the job offer, which the woman reportedly told him consisted of assisting her husband with some heavy lifting.

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A Florida man who was in the midst of being detained for alleged assault trapped himself inside his residence for several hours when police tried to arrest him, but he reportedly became cooperative when they offered him a piece of pizza.

On the morning of February 26, the grandmother of Evan Charles McLemore called the authorities reporting that he had assaulted her and then locked himself in his room claiming he had a gun to his head.

Officers that specialize in crisis negotiation arrived at the home and McLemore allegedly kept them at bay while he remained secured inside the residence for a total of four hours.

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After an entire day with the weapon on the campus of a Pittsburgh elementary school, a young child was found with a loaded gun that he allegedly brought with him on Monday morning.

On February 18, at Faison K-5, a seemingly typical day took place while a hidden potential threat to safety was allegedly tucked away in a kindergarten student’s backpack that was kept inside his locker.

At the end of the day when the kids boarded the bus to return to their homes, the child with the reportedly offending backpack contents shared with one of the other students that he had a loaded gun in his bag.

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A man was allegedly assaulted by paintballs that he believed had come from inside a passing vehicle of teenagers in the vicinity of where he was walking.

When a man who was reported as homeless was walking to his place of employment around midnight he cut through a church parking lot on his path. While making his way through the area he was allegedly hit in the body and face by several paintballs.

The man, who is in his 50’s, said that he noticed a blue car with teenagers inside and that the vehicle came to a stop before he was struck by the objects. He also recalled hearing them verbalizing what he believed was their amusement about the alleged incident as they allegedly laughed.

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A Florida man who is widely known as The Joker was taken into custody on the suspicion that he violated the conditions of his bail by possessing a weapon.

30-year-old Lawrence Sullivan is a tattoo model and aspiring actor who has several inked images, many of which are upon his face and resemble the DC comic villain The Joker.

Sullivan, who became notorious for a mugshot that circulated the internet last year due to likeness to the character once formerly played by Heath Ledger, was dubbed The Joker by the online community. He reportedly has an Instagram page with over 120,000 followers.

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A woman in West Palm Beach who was being apprehended for shoplifting accused a deputy of raping her during her transport for booking, and she is now facing charges due to the belief that she lied about the sexual assault.

In January, Marley Barberian was accused of shoplifting nearly $70 in merchandise from a Target store.

After two deputies responded, and as Barberian was being removed from the premised, she reportedly slapped the male deputy and he placed her on the ground to affix handcuffs so she could be taken to the county jail.

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A man from Anaheim who is a driver for Uber is suspected of attempting to kidnap up to four different rides that he was providing services for in Santa Monica.

On Halloween night, a car matching the description of a vehicle authorized to serve as an Uber was reported to 911 just before 7:00 pm by a woman inside of the car. The customer reported that she had ordered a ride and her driver was not allowing her to get out of the car.

Police dispatched to search for the blue Prius that the woman reported. While they were in the process of looking they were notified of three more calls that were received by emergency services with reports of the same type of car, and the callers said that the driver had tried to kidnap them. All of the people additionally stated that they had the impression that the driver had a gun in the vehicle with him.

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When a church in Georgia had an event to help promote local business owners on Friday, two women were arrested for allegations that the treats they were selling contained marijuana.

Local business operators in Savannah were invited to set up booths and sell merchandise at a church event on September 14.

One of the spaces was reportedly used by two women who were selling sweets to the attendees such as marshmallow cereal bars, brownies, and other goodies.