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A reportedly unlicensed tattoo artist allegedly inked an underage person in the middle of a McDonald’s that was open for business.

28-year-old Brandon D’Marcus Presha lives in South Carolina. He is a felon serving two years of probation after a conviction in 2020.

On August 6, Presha was reportedly at the 24-hour McDonald’s in Laurens. A young boy was also one of the people inside the establishment.

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A woman on an airplane reportedly refused to wear a face mask and allegedly became unruly by fighting with the authorities and spitting on passengers.

Last week, 23-year-old Adelaide Gabrielle Schrowang was taking a trip out of Southwest Florida International Airport.

The woman boarded the Delta Airlines aircraft and took her seat amongst the other passengers, but she was not wearing a face mask.

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While a shopper named Karen was placed under arrest after reportedly causing a disturbance during her protest about the face mask mandate, she threatened to sue the officers claiming they were violating the law.

55-year-old Karen Turner, a resident of Parma Heights, Ohio, reportedly decided to take a shopping trip on the afternoon of January 18.

Just after 2:00 pm, the woman tried to visit Marc’s Deeper Discount Store in Brook Park.

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After a man reportedly fought with staff over wearing a mask at a restaurant in Los Angeles, he allegedly pulled out a gun and demanded they hand over all of their cooked chickens.

Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles, founded in 1975, “is best known, as the name states, for serving chicken and waffles, both together and separately,” according to their website. The New York Times dubbed their establishment a “Beloved Soul Food Chain.”

On the evening of January 3, the restaurant was visited by a man who reportedly began to give a hard time when they informed him he would not be served if he did not wear a face mask.

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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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When a man reportedly stole a package off of an Arkansas homeowner’s porch, the alleged thief placed a piece of colored paper listing books of the bible in its place.

Vanessa Lowe lives in a home that she purchased two years ago in Benton, Arkansas, which is a suburb of Little Rock.

The woman had recently placed an online order on Amazon for a package of lightbulbs, and she had requested real-time notification to let her know when the item had arrived.

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A Florida man was apprehended after allegedly battering an employee and a customer during a confrontation regarding his refusal to wear a face-covering inside a hardware store.

Late in the afternoon on August 25, a man identified as 51-year-old Russell Alan Wood reportedly took a trip to the local Ace Hardware Store in Largo.

When he entered the store, Wood was reportedly informed that to patronize the business he would be required to don a face covering.

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A Florida man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly spat in the face of a child who was wearing a protective face covering while in a restaurant.

On August 2, 47-year-old Jason Copenhaver reportedly strolled into Ricky T’s Bar and Grille in Treasure Island, Florida.

After entering the establishment, Copenhaver, who was allegedly barefoot, reportedly made his way over to a table where a young boy who was wearing a face mask was sitting.

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A woman is facing charges after she allegedly smacked a store employee and tore the protective mask off his face when she was told she would have to wear a face mask if she wanted to enter the establishment.

Around noon on May 20, an employee of Menards in Mankato, Minnesota reportedly encountered a woman trying to enter the store without a face covering.

The worker reportedly informed the woman about the store policy requiring face masks for all customers and employees, but she allegedly refused to follow the rule.

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The mother of a 15-year-old who was accused of using a gun while robbing a Circle K was reportedly the driver of the intended getaway vehicle during the alleged heist.

Last Halloween, a Circle K store in Winter Springs, Florida reported that they had been the victim of an armed robbery.

Since the store has surveillance equipment, the event was recorded on video, and a person can be seen on the footage as they entered the store and handed a piece of paper to the employee at the register. The person, whose face was concealed by a mask, additionally appeared to be holding a gun during the alleged robbery.

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