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A Florida septuagenarian accused of driving a golf cart to a local bank while under the influence of alcohol had her driver’s license suspended as a part of her ordered probation.

70-year-old Janis Withrow Kampka lives in the Glenbrook neighborhood in The Villages.

In the afternoon on July 23, Kampka allegedly drove a golf cart to Citizens First Bank at Southern Trace Plaza.

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A man reportedly driving without a valid license allegedly swiped a county fire truck valued at over half a million dollars and drove away before smashing into a street sign.

30-year-old Cory M. Fisher lives in Jacksonville, Illinois.

Fisher has had some trouble with the law recently, and the police obtained a warrant for his arrest for allegations of failing to appear for a scheduled court date.

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A Utah mother with two young daughters is facing many charges after the police allegedly caught her driving during a video call while her children were without seatbelts.

19-year-old Gabriella Ann McKenzie is from Eagle Mountain. She has two daughters, ages 2 and 8 months.

In the evening on March 2, McKenzie was reportedly driving with her children in the back seat.

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Virginia police reportedly busted the same man two times for allegedly driving under the influence, with each arrest taking place approximately nine hours apart.

38-year-old Travis Baker is from Fredericksburg, Virginia.

On the evening of February 23, Baker was reportedly under the influence of intoxicants.

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The authorities allegedly uncovered a large illegal marijuana grow site when responding to a call for help after eight people reportedly burglarized the home.

Around 12:30 am on January 27, a couple who live in a house in Menifee, California called the authorities to report a possible burglary being committed by several suspects.

When the police arrived, they reported that someone that appeared to be male was dashing out the front door. When they interacted with him, he was identified as Vincente Huerta Lara.

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Though a woman allegedly tried several antics to avoid a Christmas Eve arrest, she was ultimately unsuccessful and taken into custody.

34-year-old Renee Whiddon resides in West Monroe, Louisiana.

On December 24, Whiddon was reportedly driving her vehicle through town around 4:30 am.

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When a woman was pulled over for allegedly driving erratically, she reportedly tried to throw a baggie containing methamphetamine out of the window of her vehicle, and it struck the officer.

33-year-old Stephanie Dowdy resides in West Monroe, Louisiana.

On October 19, Dowdy was reportedly driving in a Honda Civic when an officer with the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office allegedly saw the car in the middle of two lanes on the street.

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When a Nevada man was pulled over and accused of speeding, he reportedly told the officer that he was heading to a restaurant that was about to close and he didn’t want to miss out.

In the evening on August 23, a 25-year-old man was driving his vehicle in Reno with his girlfriend in the passenger seat. The couple was reportedly on their way to a restaurant.

While they were traveling, a deputy along their route reported that the car the suspect was driving sped past at such a high rate that their police vehicle was affected. The deputy said that navigating the patrol car took a great deal of effort due to what was purported as the gale from the suspect’s vehicle whizzing past.

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While a semi-truck carrying wine was moving down the highway, a man in his underpants allegedly jumped on board and shimmied underneath where he reportedly opened a valve and began drinking the vino as it spilled out.

On May 5, a Cherokee Freight Lines trucker carrying a sizeable tank of red wine was making his way down Highway 99 near Modesto, California when a vehicle pulled in front of him with its emergency flashers turned on, and the driver flagged him down to get him to stop.

The driver thought there might be something wrong with his truck, so he came to a halt on the shoulder of the road in an attempt to find out what was going on.

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Two arrests were made after the authorities allegedly traced FedEx packages containing $81,000 to a suspect reportedly wrongfully charging people money for removing viruses from their computers.

Last Thursday, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office reportedly received a call from a person who wished to remain anonymous. The caller, who asserted that they were the victim, reported a situation involving the elderly New Jersey resident being scammed out of money. The person said they thought they had sent $11,000 to someone who called to inform them that they had a computer virus and would remove it for a fee, but after mailing the money they suspected they had been scammed.

When the authorities investigated the claim they reportedly uncovered details that appeared to coincide with those that the caller had given. It was allegedly found that someone who was offering their services to remove computer viruses was using FedEx shipments as a means of accepting payment.

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