Articles Tagged with money

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Two people in Florida allegedly used social media to recruit underage girls for sex acts that the man recorded on video. 

According to reports, 33-year-old Marc Phillip Dinkels and 19-year-old Taylor Kathleen Brandt met online. They reportedly began to spend time together after Dinkels allegedly told Brandt he would pay her to engage in sexual activity if he was allowed to film it. 

It was reported that the pair went on social media and offered three underage girls money if they performed sex acts. Two of the alleged victims, one of whom is 14, live in a foster home. 

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A Florida landscaper allegedly placed a homemade explosive device inside a mailbox at the house of one of his clients because they owed him $20 for services rendered. 

29-year-old Petr J. Dusek lives in Cocoa Beach. He is a landscaper in Brevard County, Florida, and a convicted felon on probation and parole until 2024. 

On the evening of May 19, Dusek allegedly went to the Merritt Island home of a client who had a past due bill of $20 for landscaping services that he provided. 

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 A woman accused of driving under the influence allegedly asked the authorities if she could give them $60 to forget about the situation and take her home instead of arresting her. 

33-year-old Tabatha Mae Jack resides in Harrison, Pennsylvania. 

Around 9:00 am on April 17, Jack reportedly got into a single-vehicle accident. 

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A felon from Michigan who filled in the employment section of his court documents with the word “criminal” will serve a prison sentence for robbing his elderly aunt.

47-year-old Monroe Nugent Jr. lives in Saginaw. He has been convicted for nine felonies and has served six prison terms.

In November 2019, Nugent went to his aunt’s residence, which is also in Saginaw.

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An exotic dancer at a Florida club was arrested after allegedly getting into a brawl with other dancers when she believed they had taken money from her.

On November 6, a woman from Fort Pierce who is an exotic dancer and uses the stage name “Strawberry” was working a shift at a Port St. Lucie club called Body Talk Sports Bar.

Just after 2:00 am, the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department was notified about an ongoing physical confrontation between several dancers at the bar.

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A father who believed his son had been kidnapped by someone demanding ransom money reportedly learned that it was a scheme his son had set up in an alleged attempt to take his cash.

On August 13, the father of 24-year-old Austin Blake Hawks was reportedly contacted through Facetime by someone who showed him live streaming video of his son with a firearm against his head. His son was reportedly tied to a tree and appeared as if he was being held against his will, and the unknown caller asked for money to ensure the man’s safety.

The concerned dad notified the Lee County Sheriff’s Department about the situation, and they started to search for the place where his son was being held.

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A man has been charged with first-degree robbery after he allegedly walked into a Voodoo Doughnuts with an ax and proceeded to steal sweets from the establishment.

Around 3:30 am last Saturday, a man reportedly entered the downtown Southwest Portland Voodoo Doughnuts and reportedly wanted a box of the well-known, unique pastries that they offer.

As reported by Portland Police, the man, later identified as 40-year-old Christopher L. James, was allegedly carrying an ax that was just over a foot in length when he went inside the store. He allegedly used the tool to intimidate the workers into allowing him to walk behind the service counter and help himself to a box of the doughnuts in the display case.

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A 9-year-old child went to school with more than $2000 in his possession and when his mom arrived to pick up the cash almost half of it was allegedly missing.

A mentally handicapped boy reportedly showed up for school for the day and he was allegedly holding $2100 in cash that he took from his parents.

After the teachers at the elementary school found out that the boy had the money they confiscated and counted it, and then allegedly secured it inside of the principal’s office until the child’s mother was able to come in and pick it up.

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When a fraternity house was burglarized on Sunday, the woman that is suspected of entering the home and taking valuables from a bedroom has also been accused of leaving feces at the scene.

Members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity at Oklahoma City University were hanging out in their yard when they reportedly noticed an unfamiliar woman walking by.

Around 30 minutes later, one of the occupants went inside the house and allegedly encountered a woman in his bedroom who had her pants pulled down and was in the middle of defecating.

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The authorities have arrested a suspect that they believe used the printer at a library to create counterfeit money, and allege that it was crafted with the intention of selling on the internet.

When a landlady in New Port Richie was allegedly approached by one of her tenants, she claimed he told her that he used the printer at the New Port Richie Public Library to create fake money for the heck of it, and she purported that he had given her a couple of the counterfeit $5 bills. She additionally reported that she saw several sheets of paper on the man’s bedroom floor with printing that resembled legal tender.

The woman told her tenant that she would be notifying the police and he reportedly rushed to gather the alleged evidence and left the premises.

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