Articles Tagged with mental health

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A Florida man who is widely known as The Joker was taken into custody on the suspicion that he violated the conditions of his bail by possessing a weapon.

30-year-old Lawrence Sullivan is a tattoo model and aspiring actor who has several inked images, many of which are upon his face and resemble the DC comic villain The Joker.

Sullivan, who became notorious for a mugshot that circulated the internet last year due to likeness to the character once formerly played by Heath Ledger, was dubbed The Joker by the online community. He reportedly has an Instagram page with over 120,000 followers.

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A Virginia man was allegedly spotted spoiling many pallets worth of fruit at a grocery store by rubbing them on his bare bottom.

A shopper at Giant Food in Manassas, Virginia, was in the produce section when they reportedly saw a man removing his pants and wiping pieces of fruit on his naked behind. The suspect then allegedly placed the items back on the shelf.

After learning of the alleged incident an employee of the grocery store placed a call to 911 for police assistance.

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An Arizona woman who met a man online and accompanied him on one date is facing charges for accusations of stalking him by sending him 65,000 text messages, some of which were disturbing in content. She also allegedly broke into his home.

Luxy is an internet-based millionaire matchmaking site with the objective of creating romantic connections between people seeking specific partners.

31-year-old Jacqueline Ades made an account on the website and began communicating with a man with whom she desired a love relationship. Last summer the man took Ades out for a date in person and she allegedly wanted to continue seeing him regularly.

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A Long Island man is facing several weapons charges after police found a large stash of illegal firearms and military gear in his residence when his former high school reported that he had been leaving threatening voicemails.

32-year-old Robert Csak attended the Summit School in Nyack as a teen in 2002. The school specializes in working with children who have emotional and behavior problems and they provide a residential program.

On April 14 police received a call alerting them that the voicemail at the school contained six messages from a person, who was later suspected to be Csak, making alarming threats toward a staff member who had reportedly experienced an unpleasant encounter between himself and the Csak in 2002.