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Two men were arrested for allegedly driving under the influence after police saw them on the side of the road attempting to get one of their vehicles out of the mud.

Just after 1:00 am on January 24, two men who had allegedly been drinking together at a bar in Evansville, Indiana, were driving down the interstate in separate vehicles after leaving the establishment at the same time.

One man was driving a Camry, and the other was driving a Dakota truck. According to reports, the Camry veered off the road and got stuck in the mud on the shoulder. The man in the Dakota pulled over to see if he could help.

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When the authorities went to the home of a man suspected of selling crack cocaine, they reportedly found him hidden inside a clothes dryer.

A few months ago, an individual contacted the police and reported that they knew of a man who was selling narcotics out of his apartment in Monroe, Louisiana. After investigating the claims, agents from the Monroe Police Department’s High Enforcement and Apprehension Team went to the address on the afternoon of January 20 with a search warrant.

According to reports, a woman answered the door, and a man who was not the party the police were seeking was inside the apartment. The woman, who was identified as the suspect’s girlfriend, reportedly tried to stop the officers from coming inside, and the man allegedly gave the police a hard time about the warrant.

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When a Central Florida man handed over his driver’s license during a traffic stop, the officer allegedly found it coated with a controlled illegal substance which led to the discovery of a stash of drugs in the vehicle.

According to reports, on the evening of January 21, a man was driving in Haines City, Florida, when an officer spotted his vehicle and saw a tailgate blocking the visibility of the license plate. A traffic stop was initiated, and the driver pulled over.

When the officer started talking to the driver, he asked to see his driver’s license. When the man handed it over to the officer, he reported that there was white powder covering the surface of the card. When asked if the license had the remnants of drugs, the man reportedly said no. He reportedly added that there were no narcotics in the truck.

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A California man is facing charges after he allegedly assaulted a woman and held a shotgun to her face.

Early in the afternoon on November 30, a 60-year-old man was at the Litchfield home of a woman he knew, and a violent incident allegedly occurred between them. According to reports, the man harmed the woman physically, in addition to holding the barrel of a shotgun against her face.

Around 1:30 PM, the woman notified the authorities, and deputies with the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office went to her residence to investigate. The alleged victim told them what reportedly transpired and said the suspect left before they arrived. She let them know she believed he was at a nearby location and gave the deputies a description of the car he was driving.

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When a Delaware man was pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, he found himself jailed on many charges after the police searched his vehicle and allegedly found an illegal firearm.

In the early morning hours on December 9, a man from New Castle was driving in a local residential area. It was reported that around 1:00 AM, officers from the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department saw the vehicle, and they believed it was being driven erratically. They decided to perform a traffic stop to investigate further.

According to reports, when the driver pulled over and the officers began to talk to him, they believed he displayed several indications of being intoxicated. The man was identified, and it was decided that he was too altered to drive. He was told he was being arrested for operating his vehicle under the influence.

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A 43-year-old man from Northern California is facing multiple charges after reportedly trying to flee from the police on a bicycle when they were pursuing him for allegedly stealing items from a store.

On the evening of November 27, employees of a store in Colma believed someone walked out of the establishment with merchandise they didn’t pay for. When they stepped out the front door, they noticed that officers in a Colma Police Department vehicle were patrolling the shopping center.

It was reported that the workers got the attention of the officers, and they told them that a man stole items from the store. They pointed to a man with a bicycle that was still in the vicinity and told the officers they believed he was the suspected thief.

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A Florida man being arrested on a warrant was reportedly found with methamphetamine inside an Advil container in his underwear and denied knowing how it ended up there.

Early in the evening on November 27, deputies with the Indian River Sheriff’s Department served a 46-year-old man with an arrest warrant for allegedly failing to show up for court on a DUI charge.

The man was taken into custody and booked into the Indian River County Jail. While he was changing into his jail clothing, the authorities reportedly discovered a round container with an Advil label on it in his underwear underneath his genitalia. When they looked inside, they reportedly found there was a small bag holding a substance they alleged was methamphetamine.

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When the police were booking a suspect after a traffic stop, they reportedly found that he had a handgun stuffed in his body by way of his anus.

Early in the morning on November 27, officers from the Evansville Police Department were patrolling when they saw a vehicle allegedly being driven without an operating license plate lightbulb, and with dark tint covering the plate.

When they tried to perform a traffic stop, the officers reported that the driver did not stop immediately, but he was driving very slowly and did not go far. They noted there were two passengers in the car with the driver, and they were all asked for identification.

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A man and woman from North Carolina are each facing many charges after they were investigated and allegedly caught with so much narcotics that the authorities asserted that they were running a drug sales business.

Several months ago, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation began investigating a 39-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man who reside in a house in Robersonville. The authorities believed they were taking part in drug trafficking activities out of the home.

On November 14, they went to the house with a search warrant. When they went inside and looked around, they reportedly found many items, including marijuana, crack, cocaine, methamphetamine, opioids, heroin, fentanyl, and pills. The police also found an amount of money leading them to believe that it came from illegal drug sales.

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A Tennessee vendor hired to drive children and families using a motorized lawn mower to pull the “Santa’s Train” carts during a local parade was accused of operating the machine under the influence of Methamphetamine with young passengers on board. 

On the evening of November 11, Tazewell, a quaint town in Tennessee, hosted their annual Christmas Tractor Parade. One of the features at the event was “Santa’s Train,” which allowed children and families to take a ride in red carts towed by a motorized lawn mower. The 40-year-old man charged with driving the “train” was appointed by the third-party vendor.

Before the parade began, the man was giving rides to passengers, and several people at the event became concerned when they thought he was driving unsafely. There were many officers on site, and when one of them became aware of the situation, they made the man stop the vehicle.

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