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A woman who was reportedly intoxicated was arrested after allegedly emerging from a Circle K bathroom without any pants or underwear on.

Early in the morning on June 3, a clerk was working his shift at a Circle K store in Umatilla, Florida, when a woman entered and went into the bathroom.

A deputy from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office was in the store when the woman came out of the restroom. He and the clerk reportedly saw she was not wearing any clothing from the waist down, and her body parts were on display.

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A woman whose home was reportedly burglarized allegedly tried to get back at the person she believed was responsible by robbing from his residence in retaliation.

On May 21, the authorities in Hammond, Louisiana, began to investigate 23-year-old Tytianna Sims’ report that someone had burglarized her home.

The police believed they had an idea of who might have committed the burglary, and they began to seek out the man, identified as 29-year-old Rory Brett Welda.

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A man was charged with DUI after reportedly thinking he was helping the police chase a fleeing purported drunk driver, but turned out to be an officer.

On the evening of May 21, a man with his wife in the passenger seat and a youngster in a back seat was reportedly driving a Jeep without the headlights turned on.

An officer with the Mount Carmel Police Department pulled over the vehicle, and the driver allegedly lied about his name when he was asked. The officer reportedly learned that the man, who said he had no identification at the time, was driving on a revoked license from a prior DUI.

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A Tallahassee man was arrested for allegedly stealing his own car off the back of a tow truck after threatening the driver with a gun.

21-year-old Jamari Adams lives in Northern Florida, and he drives a 2018 Nissan Altima.

On April 22, a tow truck arrived at an apartment complex in Tallahassee and began the process of repossessing Adams’ Altima.

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The mother of a young boy was arrested after police allegedly found cocaine and paraphernalia laid out on her child’s copy of The Cat in the Hat.

24-year-old Casey Quoka has a toddler and lives in Largo, Florida. She is reported as being employed as a bartender at a local Applebee’s Grill and Bar.

Quoka’s youngster reportedly owns a copy of the book “The Cat in the Hat.”

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A Spartanburg man wearing only a plastic bag over his genitals reportedly forced deputies to wrestle him to the ground when they tried to detain him.

41-year-old Michael Boatman is a married South Carolinian who recently reportedly had an affair.

In an attempt to right his alleged wrong, Boatman reportedly chose to take what he dubbed a “walk of shame” to try to repair the damage to his relationship.

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Police have reported that the address on a seized package containing drugs led them to a residence where they found a tremendous amount of illicit substances.

31-year-old Jeffrey Sheeder resides in Everett, Pennsylvania.

The authorities reported that, over time, they had collected several packages allegedly containing drugs that were being sent to Sheeder’s home. The person reportedly sending the parcels also allegedly had similar packages intercepted before reaching their destination.

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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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When an officer clocked a motorist at 120 MPH, the alleged lead-footed driver reportedly explained that the title of the song on the radio helped determine his driving speed.

Around 7:30 pm on February 20, 21-year-old Richard Lee Ortecho and a female passenger were reportedly traveling down Interstate 95 in an area close to Vero Beach.

As they cruised down the road, Ortecho was allegedly blasting the rap song “A Ciento Veinte” by the artist “Track Insano.”

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A suspect with a forehead tattoo that strongly suggests he is a Florida man was arrested after allegedly abusing the 911 system by requesting rides for personal trips.

22-year-old Matthew Kyle Leatham hails from New Port Richey. He is employed as a cook in a local restaurant, and he has a tattoo in the shape of the state of Florida in the middle of his forehead.

Early in the morning on January 31, Leatham was out and about without a vehicle.

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