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A man from West Virginia has been accused of assaulting his mother with a spatula after getting high from huffing paint and he is facing charges for the allegations.

Police got word about an incident that was suspected to have resulted in someone sustaining injuries. They dispatched to the location to assess the situation and when they arrived they found a man sitting in front of the house.

The man, identified as 30-year-old Glenn Allen Casdorph, had what appeared to be silver paint on his hands and face, and he was allegedly holding a steel bar.

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On Saturday night while responding to a domestic assault report police were unable to locate the alleged suspect and they employed the help of a robot that helped them track him down so they could detain him.

A woman from Berlin Township had her boyfriend over to her home on Saturday night and the man arrived accompanied by his 62-year-old mother.

During his visit, the 48-year-old woman’s boyfriend was allegedly in possession of a handgun. Around 11:30 p.m. the man reportedly struck his girlfriend before departing her residence and using the weapon to fire shots at her vehicle. The man then wandered into the forested area surrounding the home.

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A patron of a Myrtle Beach gentleman’s club who authorities suspect was intoxicated was taken into custody on Monday for allegedly destroying a toilet in the establishment’s restroom, which caused structural and water damage.

On February 5, 20-year-old Pedro Alberto Bernar-Santiago was reportedly a customer at the Treasure Club, a strip club in South Carolina. At some point during his visit to the business, the man entered the restroom and kicked off the top of the toilet tank, breaking the structure that holds the plumbing and causing it to flood, according to a witness report.

The water overflowed out of the bathroom and gushed into the lobby of the speakeasy damaging the carpeting. Management estimated that the repairs to fix everything from the damages would cost a total of $4000.