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An Arizona man reportedly cut off a finger while allegedly slashing his neighbor’s tires and left the severed digit at the scene.

Kevin Johnson lives in Maricopa, and he has had a tense relationship with his neighbors since they had a disagreement at a social gathering.

On April 13, Johnson reportedly crashed a get-together at a house in the neighborhood, and he allegedly consumed a lot of alcohol while he was there.

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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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An intoxicated woman ejected from a nightclub returned home and reportedly struck her boyfriend with a hairdryer when he denied her request for sex.

Adriana Sierra and her boyfriend live with their three children in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Last Sunday, Sierra decided to go out to a nightclub for the evening.

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An Indiana man who was reportedly speeding and found to have a blood-alcohol content more than five times the legal limit reportedly said he was not intoxicated.

47-year-old Jessie James lives in Cedar Lake, Indiana.

Just before 12:30 am on January 16, a Potter County police officer reportedly spotted a car on Indiana State Road 130 that was going double the posted 35-MPH speed limit.

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An EMT facing charges for suspicion of driving under the influence in August has pleaded not guilty to the allegations and shared her story of how a medical emergency led to criminal charges.

Kerstii Groce is an emergency medical technician employed by American Medical Response in Mississippi.

In the afternoon on August 22, Groce was driving an ambulance to transport a non-emergency patient. A second EMT was also in the vehicle.

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A Florida man was nabbed when he was reportedly seen driving a riding lawnmower down the highway while allegedly intoxicated.

Last Wednesday, a Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputy reported that he watched as a man allegedly navigated at a crawling pace down Highway 316 while sitting atop a riding lawnmower.

The deputy hailed the driver to pull over his unorthodox vehicle for highway driving, and when interacting with the man the officer said that he believed he could smell liquor.

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An intoxicated man from Massachusetts allegedly let himself into the zoo after hours so he could visit with the monkeys.

On June 2, when the employees at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, which is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported for work in the morning they believed someone had been on the premises after hours the previous night.

The workers reportedly found that one of the boats used for reaching two islands that house the lemur exhibit had been disturbed.

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A man from Seaford is facing a felony after an alleged domestic violence incident resulted in his seventh charge for driving under the influence.

Last Sunday, 54-year-old Bretley W. Knox and his 39-year-old girlfriend were reportedly engaged in an argument in his truck that became physical in nature when he allegedly struck the woman.

Around 9:30 pm, Knox was allegedly spotted by people on the street he was traveling down and they reported that he was swerving erratically before he stopped the vehicle in a driveway.

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A Florida man is facing many charges due to his reportedly criminal behavior toward the police after they responded to a situation where he allegedly threatened to kill his mother using a butter knife.

46-year-old Brent Smith and his mother reside together in DeLand, Florida.

Last Saturday evening, Smith allegedly returned home while intoxicated and became confrontational with his mom. During the dispute he allegedly pushed her around and threatened her life, stating that a butter knife was his weapon of choice as he reportedly held it in his hand.

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An Indiana man who got into a single-vehicle car accident was accused of driving while under the influence of alcohol in addition to violating the state-issued stay-at-home order. 

20-year-old Bloomington resident Joseph Baker was reportedly out until the very early morning hours on March 25.

While Baker was reportedly operating a Ford F-150, the vehicle veered off the roadway and smashed into the surrounding trees.

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