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A Tennessee man who reportedly pulled out an AK-47 at a pizza restaurant when his order took longer to prepare than he expected has taken a plea bargain for the charges against him.

On the evening of September 5, 2021, a 63-year-old man visited a Little Caesars restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee. When he tried to get his order, he was told it would be about 10 minutes until his pizza was ready.

According to reports, the man became angry and began to argue with the workers. He wanted them to give him a free Crazy Bread to compensate for the additional time he would have to wait.

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The manager of the Chicago White Sox was facing charges for DUI, but he agreed to plead guilty to a deal for a lesser charge.

Tony La Russa is the current manager of the Chicago White Sox Major League Baseball team. La Russa was also the former manager for the team between 1979 and 1986, and he was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

76-year-old La Russa was in Arizona in February, and he was arrested and accused of two counts of class 1 misdemeanor driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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On Friday, the parents of two young boys who authorities allege tried to trade their children for money, or possibly drugs, have entered a plea of no contest to charges of felony attempted child abandonment.

Lancaster residents Vincent Calogero and Sarah Nilson, the parents of two toddlers, were reportedly under the influence of a controlled substance when they began offering the children to strangers. The sheriff’s department speculated that they were trying to give the boys away in order to obtain cash or narcotics.

Deputies dispatched to the family’s home to investigate reported child abuse and arrested 38-year-old Calogero and 32-year-old Nilson.

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