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A West Virginia mother is facing several charges after allegedly leaving her youngster in the car without supervision while she was reportedly in a bar close to where the vehicle was parked. 

Early in the afternoon on January 10, the authorities received notification from someone claiming they saw a child alone in a vehicle. 

Officers went to the location, and they noted that the car was parked in front of a bar. It was reported that they spotted the child in the vehicle alone and unrestrained. 

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A married couple’s South Carolina getaway was abruptly interrupted when the wife allegedly became physically violent after she discovered risqué photographs on her husband’s phone.  

Late in the afternoon on December 21, a couple landed at the Charleston International Airport so they could take a vacation together in South Carolina. 

Just before 3:00 PM, the woman noticed that her husband had what she considered to be inappropriate images on his cell phone. 

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Two arrests were made during a surreal incident in a hotel room allegedly involving a couple, a nude headstand, meth, PCP, the assault of an officer, and a Taser. 

On the evening of December 15, the authorities were notified by someone at La Quinta Inn in Lufkin. The caller believed that they heard screaming coming from one of the rooms. 

Officers with the Lufkin Police Department went to the location to investigate. 

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A woman in Henryville is facing an assortment of charges after she allegedly physically attacked the police when they reportedly found her knocking on residential doors. 

Alvin’s Log Cabin, a campground in the unincorporated community of Henryville, Pennsylvania, is located approximately 45 miles outside of Scranton. 

On the afternoon of October 18, the police were notified by a concerned caller at Alvin’s who informed them about a woman who had hopped out of a vehicle and run into the surrounding wooded area. It was reported that she appeared to be very drunk. 

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A Florida man and his son were arrested for allegedly brutally attacking someone at a wedding and leaving them unconscious. 

On September 3, a wedding was celebrated at the Granville Farms venue in Lake Helen, Florida. 

Two of the people in attendance were a 38-year-old man and his 21-year-old son who have each been charged with violent crimes on various occasions. 

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A Pennsylvania man is facing many charges after allegedly holding a woman captive in her home for two days and assaulting her while her children were present. 

According to reports, 27-year-old Joshua Manuel Marsh stays in the Pottsville area but currently has no fixed address. 

On March 18, Marsh reportedly placed a call to a woman and asked her if he could stay at her home because he and his girlfriend had been fighting. It was reported that the woman agreed to give him a temporary place to stay. 

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A Massachusetts woman that was reportedly highly intoxicated was charged after she allegedly kicked a state deputy in the chest while he tried to help escort her to the hospital.

51-year-old Loretta Woodruff resides in the South Fork Borough area of Johnstown.

On February 27, the Pennsylvania State Police were notified about a possible domestic dispute taking place at Woodruff’s address.

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An intoxicated man from Nashville may face severe legal penalties after he was reportedly discovered in a stranger’s apartment in the middle of the night.

On November 14, a woman who resides in a Nashville, Tennessee apartment complex reportedly secured her dwelling before turning in for the night.

The woman had fallen into slumber when she was allegedly awakened by a jarring sound.

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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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An unmasked Florida man is facing charges for allegedly assaulting an elderly man shopping at a gas station convenience store due to a disagreement over social distancing protocol.

On the evening of September 8, a 24-year-old man and a 70-year-old man were both frequenting the Citgo gas station convenience store.

The elderly man noticed that the younger shopper was not wearing a face covering, and he assessed the distance between the two was much closer than the 6-foot protocol meant to protect against the possible spread of COVID-19.

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