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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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A Florida restaurateur reportedly went to the home of a man and lashed out physically after holding him accountable for posts with negative online reviews of his eatery.

60-year-old Daniel Ahrens is the proprietor of Georgia Boy’s BBQ Restaurant in Oldsmar.

Early last week, Ahrens discovered Yelp reviews criticizing his restaurant fare and quality of service and reportedly held his girlfriend’s son responsible for the entries that claimed his eatery was not up to par.

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A group of people taking part in a peaceful protest in Iowa City were reportedly interrupted by a man who drove his vehicle into the gathering and injured some of the attendees.

Last Tuesday, a group of people was taking part in a protest march put together by the Iowa Freedom Riders.

Just before 8:30 pm, a Toyota Camry with a male driver and the headlights off reportedly barreled into the area where the people were standing.

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When a woman allegedly became angered after her boyfriend wet the bed, she reportedly used a machete to hit him over the head.

39-year-old Bophanary Om and her boyfriend, also 39, live together in Deer Park, Illinois.

On the evening of On July 26, Om and her boyfriend were relaxing at home when the man reportedly urinated in the bed that they share, allegedly causing his girlfriend to become rather upset over the purported accident.

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When a man who claimed he might have COVID-19 was caught allegedly coughing on food and goods at Walmart, he was arrested and charged with felonies for the accusation.

On the evening of July 19, a man reportedly entered a Walmart in Spartanburg, South Carolina with the purported intent of returning items he purchased at a different location.

The man was reportedly told that the store would not be able to complete the transaction for him, and he was allegedly highly dissatisfied with the decision.

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