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A man in Florida is facing a felony charge for allegedly knocking down his 75-year-old wife by pelting her with a package of Oreo cookies during an argument about the coffee maker.

On the morning of November 18, a 70-year-old man and his wife, 75, were in their home in Sorrento, Florida, when an argument broke out between the couple. The coffee machine did not have any water in it, and the man allegedly began to yell at his wife. During the verbal battle, the man allegedly picked up a package of Oreo cookies and threw it. The package reportedly struck his wife in the chest, and she fell on the ground.

The following morning, the woman told her daughter about the incident, and her daughter told her to call the police since the man has reportedly been violent before. The woman went to her daughter’s house and notified the authorities.

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A man who allegedly openly posted online about selling counterfeit vaccination cards with the intention of becoming wealthy is facing charges after the authorities found out about the scheme. 

23-year-old Amar Salim Shabazz lives in Owings Mills, Maryland. He was released from incarceration in the Spring after serving a sentence for possessing child pornography.  

According to the authorities, Shabazz started to offer fake vaccination cards using his social media accounts to advertise. He also allegedly openly shared that he planned to become rich from the sales. 

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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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The police have arrested a suspect that they believe is responsible for stealing packages off of the front doorstep of a home, and one of the packages reportedly contained medical testing supplies to help in locating a kidney donor for a woman in need of a transplant.

A woman who was told that she was suffering from a medical condition that would require a kidney transplant was in the process of learning if one of her cousins might be a match for the surgical procedure.

The testing supplies needed in order to determine if the woman’s cousin was a viable option for the donation were sent to the man’s Green Township home, where the package was left on the front porch between the screen and entry door.

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When a man was pulled over by an officer on Monday because one of the lights surrounding his license plate was burned out he was allegedly discovered with a package hidden in the front of his pants that reportedly contained drugs. When the officer inquired about it the man reportedly made a failed attempt at humor as he was placed under arrest.

A Vero Beach sheriff’s deputy performed a traffic stop on a car when he noticed that a light in the back of a vehicle that is meant for illuminating the license plate was burned out.

When the deputy approached the driver, 31-year-old Brandon McComas, he reported that he noticed he was trying to hide “a large bulge in his left front pocket with his arm.” When McComas got out of the car as ordered by the deputy he was patted down and the deputy reported feeling concern that the alleged suspect may have been carrying a weapon.

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A Florida man contacted the local Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday to request their assistance when he became concerned that he had allegedly attempted to purchase methamphetamine but suspected that he may have received the wrong substance.

Northern Florida resident 49-year-old Douglas Peter Kelly reportedly bought what he believed was methamphetamine from a drug dealer.

After allegedly using the substance Kelly suffered from a bad reaction which caused him to wonder if the drug he purchased really was methamphetamine, or possibly had been cut with another substance.

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On Tuesday, December 19, police arrested a man who they believe participated in 20 or more package thefts throughout several Irvine neighborhoods.

As reported by the Irvine Police Department, after home video surveillance cameras picked up footage of a man stealing delivered packages off doorsteps in Irvine, authorities released photos and a video to news outlets in an attempt to locate the responsible party. 33-year-old Anthony Brian Palusso, a Mission Viejo resident, was identified at a local hotel by someone who had seen the video during a broadcast.

It was discovered that Palusso was in possession of an outstanding warrant, and Garden Grove police picked him up at the hotel and took him into custody.

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