Articles Tagged with probation

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A man facing charges for his third DUI has been accused of driving himself to the courthouse while under the influence of alcohol to attend his arraignment. 

58-year-old Lawrence Williams hails from Tyrone, Pennsylvania.  

In 2021, Williams had two separate incidents leading to his being charged and convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol. He is currently on probation for those charges. 

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Kathleen Kane, the former Pennsylvania Attorney General, was arrested last weekend after a car crash for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol. 

In 2013, Kathleen Kane served as the 48th Attorney General of Pennsylvania. She is also the first woman elected to the position.  

Kane’s time as Attorney General ended when she resigned after being convicted of felony perjury, and many misdemeanors including oppression, obstruction, and conspiracy charges. 

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A Florida septuagenarian accused of driving a golf cart to a local bank while under the influence of alcohol had her driver’s license suspended as a part of her ordered probation.

70-year-old Janis Withrow Kampka lives in the Glenbrook neighborhood in The Villages.

In the afternoon on July 23, Kampka allegedly drove a golf cart to Citizens First Bank at Southern Trace Plaza.

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A Florida woman was arrested after she was reportedly caught exposing her breasts during a video visit with her incarcerated boyfriend.

38-year-old Danielle Ferrero lives in Punta Gorda, Florida. She has an extensive rap sheet for a variety of criminal offenses. She was recently convicted of a felony for stealing packages off of people’s porches, and she is currently serving three years of probation.

The woman’s boyfriend, 25-year-old Cody Thomas, is currently serving a month-long sentence at the Charlotte County jail. The facility is located approximately 10 minutes from Ferrero’s apartment.

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A man in Texas allegedly hopped into and stole an on-duty ambulance and headed to a fast food drive-thru with the emergency vehicle.

36-year-old Renaldo Dechaume Leonard resides in Houston, Texas. Leonard is currently on probation for prior theft convictions.

On January 21, paramedics were on call in a Houston Fire Department ambulance that was left unattended while they responded at the scene.

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During a string of reported burglaries, an Iowa man allegedly broke into a bank in the middle of the night and made off with their hand sanitizer, but left the money untouched.

39-year-old Mark Gray was convicted last year on a burglary charge, and the man, who lives in Sioux City, is still on probation for the offense.

On August 4, Gray allegedly showed up at the Security National Bank around midnight.

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A Florida man is facing many charges due to his reportedly criminal behavior toward the police after they responded to a situation where he allegedly threatened to kill his mother using a butter knife.

46-year-old Brent Smith and his mother reside together in DeLand, Florida.

Last Saturday evening, Smith allegedly returned home while intoxicated and became confrontational with his mom. During the dispute he allegedly pushed her around and threatened her life, stating that a butter knife was his weapon of choice as he reportedly held it in his hand.

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When a man in Walmart reportedly coughed on a patron on purpose and stated that he had the coronavirus the authorities arrested and charged him for the poorly received prank.

26-year-old Robert Eugene Heffner Jr. lives in Belmont, North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide order to the people of North Carolina stating that they must adhere to social distancing.

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A man in Albuquerque has been accused of using a burger as a form of payment during an alleged negotiation with an undercover officer posing as a sex worker.

On Tuesday evening, a man toting a bag of food from Chili’s restaurant reportedly pedaled the bike he was riding up to a woman standing on the sidewalk. The woman, who the suspect believed was a prostitute, was actually an undercover officer.

The man spoke with the woman and allegedly told her that he would not receive his paycheck for three-days, but he wanted to know how to get in touch with her because he was reportedly interested in hiring her for sexual services when he got the money.

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After a traffic stop was performed on a vehicle reportedly exceeding the posted speed limit, the driver and passenger were arrested for alleged drug trafficking when a bag marked “Bag Full of Drugs” containing several types of narcotics was found in the vehicle.

A Florida Highway Patrol officer reportedly spotted a 2020 Kia traveling in excess of 95-MPH on Interstate 10 in Santa Rosa County and pulled the vehicle over for the alleged offense.

The driver, 33-year old Ian Simmons, was accompanied by a passenger identified as Joshua Reinhardt, also 33.

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