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A man who allegedly openly posted online about selling counterfeit vaccination cards with the intention of becoming wealthy is facing charges after the authorities found out about the scheme. 

23-year-old Amar Salim Shabazz lives in Owings Mills, Maryland. He was released from incarceration in the Spring after serving a sentence for possessing child pornography.  

According to the authorities, Shabazz started to offer fake vaccination cards using his social media accounts to advertise. He also allegedly openly shared that he planned to become rich from the sales. 

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A teacher in Florida was accused of assaulting one of the school’s students two days after she received the Teacher of the Year award.

60-year-old Caroline Melanie Lee is an English teacher at Darnell-Cookman Middle/High School in the Jacksonville area. Last week, she was awarded Teacher of the Year by Duval County Public Schools.

It was reported that a minor who attends the school disagreed with the choice to appoint Lee Teacher of the Year, and the girl posted something on Instagram to express her displeasure.

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The mother of a preteen girl allegedly whipped her with a belt and posted a video of the abuse online to try to shame her daughter.

Adrian Varner has a 12-year-old daughter, and they live in Monroe, Louisiana.

On May 3, Varner reportedly punished her child using physical force.

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A teen from Georgia allegedly using several social media platforms to entice at least five women into personal meetings before sexually assaulting them at knifepoint.

18-year-old Demetrius Samuel Roam and his family reside in an apartment in Atlanta.

In the middle of October, the police received several calls from women in their early 20’s accusing Roam of either raping or attempting to rape them.

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A Florida man has been accused of creating a fake profile on popular social media platforms and using it as a catalyst to successfully carry out a sexual assault on a teenage girl.

The mother of a 13-year-old girl who has a Snapchat account reported that she and her daughter have an understanding that she will check her daughter’s messages regularly.

On September 11, when the mom checked her daughter’s interaction with a person displayed as a grown man, she reportedly saw text exchanges between her child and the account holder that implied the pair had some kind of sexual contact.

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An aspiring rap recording artist allegedly made a video and posted it to social media in a purported attempt to encourage viewers to take violent action toward law enforcement agents in retaliation of the death of George Floyd.

20-year-old Cale Groff has an internet following of more than 7,000 people on Instagram, and he uses the performing name “Ace $wift” on the audio distribution service SoundCloud to share his rap music with over 300 people who subscribe to his page.

On June 1, Groff allegedly released a video on Instagram asking viewers to use whatever they could get their hands on to violently harm any police officers they came in contact with.

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A man who allegedly accepted pictures of boys’ feet in addition to reportedly giving them money for their socks was charged last week for the accusations.

Just before 8:30 am on Wednesday, a man reportedly spoke with an officer at the local police station to inform them about a situation he was allegedly entangled in that involved three underage boys.

The man, identified as 37-year-old Christopher Minnier, provides EMT services to the Manheim Township youth football program.

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A man wearing a Trump mask at a public event was allegedly unexpectedly struck

in the face by a teenage girl while her friends recorded video of the incident, and

the suspect is now facing charges.

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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 refreshments employee at Comerica Park stadium in Detroit has been accused of tampering with the pizza dough while he was preparing an order for a customer.

On September 21, when the Detroit Tigers played against the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park stadium, a man working for the company that supplies the food during events held at the location was reportedly preparing a pizza.

The employee, 20-year-old Jaylon Kerley, allegedly spit on top of the dough before adding sauce on top of the saliva.

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