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A Texas preschool teacher is facing charges and lost her job after four 1-year-olds became ill after allegedly consuming marijuana edibles on Halloween. 

On Halloween, children enrolled at the Primrose School of Prosper were left in the care of their usual 35-year-old preschool teacher. 

During the afternoon, four of the 1-year-old children in the woman’s class started to feel sick, and employees at the school called 911 to report the situation. 

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A Pennsylvania woman allegedly used a brick as a weapon and injured a man during a domestic dispute last weekend. 

41-year-old Margaret Ann Black lives in an apartment at The Majestic (aka Castleton Apartment Complex) in New Castle. 

Just after midnight on June 11, Black was reportedly hanging out with a man in the apartment complex. 

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Two women who work at a California daycare center allegedly fractured the skull of a child they were taking care of and reportedly did not let the parents know about the injury.

29-year-old Megan Maldonado resides in San Bernardino, and Felicia Ann Ferra, 50, lives in Yorba Linda. Both women are employees who provide daycare to the children enrolled at a Rancho Cucamonga Kiddie Academy Educational Childcare.

Last September, the authorities opened an investigation after the Loma Linda University Medical Center Pediatric Intensive Care Unit informed them about an eight-month-old boy’s injuries. The police were told that the infant’s skull was fractured, and it was believed that the injury might have come from abuse.

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A Florida woman is facing felony charges after she allegedly assaulted an underage KFC employee by reaching into the drive-thru window.

23-year-old Alexandra Maldonado lives in St. Petersburg.

Just after 5:00 PM on October 22, Maldonado was reportedly at a local KFC restaurant. The inside was not accessible to customers, but the drive-through was still open.

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A Florida man was arrested after the police allegedly caught him on top of a building while abusing an alligator that they believed he stole from a miniature golf exhibit.

William Hodge, 32, is from Ft. Meyers, Florida.

Just before 3:30 am on July 15, Hodge was reportedly seen by Volusia County law enforcement as he was walking down a street near the Congo River Golf & Exploration. The man was reportedly carrying an alligator.

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An Indiana teenager may face several charges for allegations of driving under the influence and causing five accidents, in addition to fleeing from the scenes and the police.

18-year-old Edgar DelaCruz Veronico resides in Columbus.

Last Friday afternoon, Veronico allegedly consumed alcohol before driving his Ford Mustang around town.

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After a man was released from jail for a child abuse conviction, he allegedly assaulted and injured his 2-month-old daughter within weeks of CPS allowing him to live at home with her.

25-year-old Luis Gabriel Krom resides in Middletown, Connecticut. He is a prior convict who served a 1-year sentence for abusing and injuring a newborn male child in 2017.

Krom also has a 2-month-old daughter.

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After a 3-month-old was diagnosed with a brain bleed purportedly caused by being shaken violently, the infant’s live-in nanny was taken into custody for allegedly causing the traumatic injury.

Alexis Schultz lives with a family in Brooklyn, where she provides nanny services for the two children at the residence.

On December 30, Schultz was reportedly taking care of the 2-month-old boy and his older sister.

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A suspect who allegedly used a machete and seriously injured a man during a street brawl is in custody after the reportedly bloody incident.

45-year-old Ramon Alberto Sanchez Rosa resides in North Catasauqua, Pennsylvania.

Just before 10:00 pm on December 27, Rosa and a large group of people were reportedly involved in a nasty fight.

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When a woman at a school board meeting regarding school children wearing face coverings reportedly would not wear a face mask after being told that she must, she allegedly caused a ruckus leading to her arrest.

On November 10, the Pinellas County School Board held a meeting in Largo to discuss the wearing of face masks in all school buildings to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Many parents on both sides of the issue were in attendance waiting to express their concerns.

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