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A Michigan man was arrested after allegedly touching and tickling children he did not know while they were playing ball at a summer event in the park.

On June 21, the advent of the fourth annual “Food Truck Fridays” was held at Town Square Park in Pinckney. The president of the local Chamber of Commerce talked about some of the features at the weekly event and said, “We have 16 food trucks. We have our famous ‘foam party,’ which is the kids go play in the foam at 1:45p, 4:45p and 6:45p. The fire department will have a display and they’re going to be spraying the kids down.”

The activities typically draw a large crowd including many families with children. Some of the youngsters were playing catch with a football, and an unknown man reportedly walked up and got in between their game. The police were later told that he was touching and tickling the kids, who were reportedly uncomfortable with him. It was reported that the man told the kids he knew their parents. One of the youngsters said he felt worried that the man was trying to kidnap him.

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The driver of a full school bus of individuals going on a high school field trip was accused of driving under the influence when he allegedly ran three red lights and ignored the pleas of the riders by refusing to stop the vessel.

On the evening of March 25, the Sebring High School set out on a trip to Daytona Beach for “Project Graduation.” The attendees were driven in two Holiday Coach Lines shuttle buses. One of the parents was going on the trip and was traveling along with the buses but riding in their own vehicle.

It was reported that one of the buses was driven by a 55-year-old man, and he had approximately 30 graduating seniors and four chaperones on board. Six of the passengers were underage. They began the journey at approximately 6:30 PM, and before long, the riders started wondering if there was something wrong with the driver.

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An Arkansas woman is facing a felony charge after allegedly attacking and injuring a law enforcement officer who went to her apartment complex after neighbors called in complaints about her behavior.

On the afternoon of April 8, the tenants in an apartment complex in Hot Springs reportedly experienced a disturbance caused by one of the residents. The 45-year-old woman was allegedly angry and making a lot of noise outside of her apartment. They decided to call the police to report the situation.

An officer from the Hot Springs Police Department went to the address to see what was going on. When he saw the woman, who was believed to be highly intoxicated, the officer said her arms were cut with the blood dripping down to her hands. When he tried to inspect the cuts, the woman reportedly resisted and hit him in the face.

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Former Major League Baseball pitcher Chase Bradford was arrested in Nevada for allegedly driving under the influence following his graduation from the Henderson Police Academy.

Chasen Bradford is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Atlanta Braves, and High Point Rockers during his sports career. Shortly after retiring in September 2022, Bradford was hired as a probationary police officer with the Henderson Police Department while he attended the Henderson Police Academy. On March 21, Bradford and the rest of his class graduated from the Academy.

According to reports, around 10:30 PM the following evening, someone saw a vehicle they believed was being driven erratically and they notified the authorities. The caller reportedly said she saw a gray truck weaving on the road, striking the medians and occasionally having its tires on the curb. A nearby on-duty officer saw a vehicle that was believed to be the one the woman called about, and he pulled over the driver.

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A Florida woman was arrested at a convenience store after allegedly entering the establishment with no clothes on while wielding a vegetable peeler, masturbating, and destroying a display case.

According to reports, on the evening of January 28., employees at a RaceTrac convenience store in St. Petersburg experienced a disturbance in their regular shift. A naked woman identified as someone who was trespassed from the location the day before reportedly strolled through the door. The employees allegedly quickly found out she was holding a vegetable peeler.

The workers reported that the alleged intruder, who they believed was intoxicated, used the peeler to threaten harm to two of them. One of the pair reported that they felt their life was at risk.

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After being released from custody after receiving one DUI charge, a Florida woman was arrested for a second DUI within the same week after allegedly slamming into a house in her vehicle.

Early in the afternoon on January 6, the authorities received a call from a concerned citizen. The person reported that they saw a woman driving near a Winn-Dixie in Pinellas County in a Hyundai with a flat and damaged front tire.

According to reports, the woman visited a liquor store on the premises, and when she was finished with her purchases she got back into the vehicle. As she started to back out of her parking space, deputies with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office pulled into the parking lot.

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When a Delaware man was pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, he found himself jailed on many charges after the police searched his vehicle and allegedly found an illegal firearm.

In the early morning hours on December 9, a man from New Castle was driving in a local residential area. It was reported that around 1:00 AM, officers from the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department saw the vehicle, and they believed it was being driven erratically. They decided to perform a traffic stop to investigate further.

According to reports, when the driver pulled over and the officers began to talk to him, they believed he displayed several indications of being intoxicated. The man was identified, and it was decided that he was too altered to drive. He was told he was being arrested for operating his vehicle under the influence.

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A Montana man reportedly driving with a missing license plate light was pulled over and accused of driving under the influence, and he allegedly became violent and headbutted a detention officer.

On October 7, a 23-year-old man was driving a Silverado in Missoula, and one of the license plate lights was reportedly missing. A deputy with the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office saw the vehicle and performed a traffic stop.

When the deputy began to talk to the driver, he reportedly smelled alcohol and believed the man might be intoxicated. The man reportedly told the deputy that he drank one beer. When asked for his license and registration, the driver reportedly said he only had a learner’s permit.

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A school bus driver in Utah may face several charges after he was accused of operating the vehicle with three times the legal blood-alcohol content while students were on board.

On September 15, a 57-year-old man driving a school bus for the Sevier School District was making afternoon rounds to pick up students and bring them home. One of the stops was a local elementary school, where he picked up at least six youngsters.

Someone whose name has not been released notified the authorities and expressed concern, telling them they believed the bus driver had been consuming alcohol before retrieving the children.

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A Florida man may face battery charges after allegedly pelting pharmacy workers with Snickers candy bars during a dispute over their refusal to sell him cigarettes.

In the early morning hours of September 4, a male customer walked into a Walgreens in Clearwater to purchase a pack of cigarettes. He approached the checkout counter and asked the employee for a pack of 305 brand cigarettes.

Walgreens has a policy requiring identification for the purchase of cigarettes, and the clerk asked the man to display his card. It was reported that he did not have his legal ID on him at the time, but he had a photograph of the card. He presented the picture, but the employee said they were unable to accept anything other than the ID itself.

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