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A Florida woman was arrested for alleged battery after a physical fight broke out when she refused to return a sex toy to its rightful owner, and he took her purse in retaliation. 

On the morning of October 29, a 32-year-old woman and her male friend were at a residence in St. Lucie County when they got into an argument over a sex toy. 

It was reported that the woman had possession of the toy, but the man was reportedly the rightful owner. 

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A Southern California man is facing charges after allegedly violently attacking at least five people within two hours.

According to reports, on the evening of October 21, a 28-year-old man spent nearly two hours running around Tustin engaging in criminal activity.

The alleged spree began around 8:50 PM when the suspect reportedly encountered an elderly woman and assaulted her before he ran off.

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 A man who was on a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles is facing a felony charge after allegedly punching a flight attendant in the head after a denied request. 

On September 22, a man from Orange County, California, was on board an American Airlines flight from San José del Cabo, Mexico, to Los Angeles International Airport. 

The flight had been off the ground for approximately 20 minutes when the crew started to serve the passengers food and drinks. 

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When the police caught a woman driving an allegedly stolen vehicle who forced them to chase her through Shasta County, they said she punched a K9 officer while resisting arrest. 

On the evening of August 7, a woman was reportedly driving around Redding in a silver Acura. 

Just after 7:00 pm, the authorities began receiving calls from bystanders who said they saw a silver Acura being driven unsafely. The callers said that the driver was going the wrong way on the road into oncoming traffic. 

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A Florida inmate allegedly injured a deputy by punching her in the face while she was being escorted to a pod and said that she did it out of boredom. 

23-year-old Jazmyne Levesque is from Tarpon Springs. She is currently an inmate at the Pinellas County jail.    

In May, Levesque reportedly stole 87 pieces of inventory from Ulta in Tarpon Springs. She was arrested for the $2,369.38 alleged theft and charged with felony grand theft, for which she was released on bond. 

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A man in Kentucky has pleaded not guilty to accusations that he punched the Louisville Mayor in the neck during a Juneteenth celebration last weekend. 

On the evening of June 18, a celebration in honor of Juneteenth was held at the “Fourth Street Live!” retail complex in Louisville. 

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer (D) was an attendee at the event. 

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A teenage ARCA stock car racing driver was arrested and charged after allegedly striking a high school classmate in the testicles. 

18-year-old Daniel Dye attends Father Lopez Catholic High School in Daytona Beach. Additionally, he is a professional stock car racing driver with the ARCA Menard Series for GMS Racing. 

On April 25, Dye was in a class when he reportedly approached one of his classmates. 

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Six people have been arrested for allegedly keeping a woman they met online captive for almost a week and forcing her to endure horrific forms of torture and abuse. 

Last November, a woman from Maine moved to Athens, Texas, to live with six individuals. It was reported that the woman became acquainted with the people online. 

When the woman decided that she wanted to move out of the residence, her roommates reportedly went to immense lengths to keep her from leaving. 

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A suspect has been taken into custody after he allegedly brutally attacked a septuagenarian as the man was leaving a grocery store. 

43-year-old Donald Ray Walker resides in Indian Lake Estates in Polk County, Florida. 

In the afternoon on March 26, Walker and his family had a meal at a Chinese buffet in Southeast Plaza. 

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A pregnant woman riding a bus in Philadelphia was reportedly assaulted by a man without permanent housing after she denied his request for her seat. 

Just after 1:30 AM on March 13, a man boarded a crowded Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) bus in Philadelphia. 

The man was unable to find a place to sit, and he reportedly approached a woman that was in one of the seats.  

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