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A man in Stockton was allegedly driving under the influence when he reportedly sparked many fires and two accidents, before leading the police on a high-speed chase for more than 5-miles.

On the afternoon of July 5, a pickup truck was seen traveling down the highway in Stockton, California. The vehicle was reportedly lacking the front passenger side wheel, but that did not hinder the driver from driving the truck on the road.

When an officer saw the truck he reportedly tried to pull over the driver, but the man behind the wheel allegedly ignored it and continued down a different road.

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When a suspect was purportedly trying to avoid arrest after allegedly threatening a hotel worker and patrons’ lives with a knife, he reportedly propelled a can of alcohol-infused seltzer at the officers trying to detain him.

On June 14, an employee at the Luxury Inn in Lincoln, Nebraska, was working his shift when a man allegedly began issuing threats toward people in the lobby with a knife.

The suspect also allegedly told the worker that he was going to murder him using the blade.

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A married couple in Illinois is facing several serious charges after a gun was allegedly discharged in their home in front of five children.

On March 26, 36-year-old Shari Beintema called the authorities and reported that she needed assistance regarding a situation at her home involving herself and a male.

Another person had also notified the police and they reportedly said that they thought they heard a gunshot from the same address.

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Employees at McDonald’s alleged that a customer became so enraged when she was told the dipping sauces cost extra that she made threats and reportedly caused the workers to become fearful for their safety.

After 3:00 am on New Year’s Day, a Florida McDonald’s reportedly had a customer place an order for quite a bit of food at their drive-thru.

When the woman paid for the order she reportedly requested that the employee include one of each type of the dipping sauces they have in the bag with her items. The employee told her that each container could be purchased for 25 cents extra, and the woman allegedly became very displeased with the idea of forking out extra cash for the cups of condiments.

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When a woman from Missoula, Montana was placed under arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol she allegedly became unruly and delivered a kick to the head of one of the responding officers.

On Friday night, a woman who had been shopping in a convenience store was seen by someone as she exited the establishment and reportedly got into her vehicle.

The onlooker got the impression that the woman had been drinking too much to drive, and they notified the authorities to alert them about the possibly dangerous situation.

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On Black Friday, police apprehended a man from Virginia after he was allegedly found inside his vehicle in a North Carolina Kohl’s parking lot without any clothing, and smoking marijuana.

When a Knightdale police officer was patrolling in the Knightdale Kohl’s parking lot, he reportedly caught a whiff of what he believed was marijuana.

The officer sought out the source of the smell, and after searching the parked vehicles he reportedly came across a man seated inside a car that had the window rolled down. When the officer got closer he noticed that the man sitting in the driver’s seat was not wearing any clothes.

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A Sumpter County woman accused of driving under the influence of alcohol allegedly tried to get an officer to place a 25-cent bet on the elevated the level her breathalyzer test would display after she blew into the machine.

On August 19, 62-year-old Mary Westerlund was reportedly sitting in her vehicle near her residence in The Villages retirement community in central Florida.

A passerby spotted the woman in her Acura and they thought she appeared to be intoxicated. The Sumpter County police were notified to report the incident.

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A Washington man suspected of car prowling has accused the authorities of using excessive force while detaining him for a crime he did not commit.

52-year-old Mark A. Domino and his mother are employed at Walmart in Clarkston, Washington.

Just before 6:00 pm on Monday evening, Domino got off work and headed to his mother’s vehicle to retrieve a clothes hanger.

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A woman who was accused of driving under the influence reportedly tried to explain to an officer that she would be unable to take the roadside sobriety test without failing, whether or not she had been drinking.

On May 28, a sheriff’s deputy arrived at the scene of a reported car accident involving a single car.

When the deputy scoped out the surrounding area, a vehicle was seen in a nearby ditch approximately 900 feet away from a damaged fixture on the highway. He went up to the car and spoke with the driver, identified as Amanda Barrett, and asked her what transpired.

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A man who was allegedly under the influence was also accused of transporting two women under the guise that he was an Uber driver.

Last week, two women had gone out for drinks and ended up at the Cookout in Nashville, when they decided to hail an Uber so they wouldn’t be on the road after imbibing.

A vehicle approached and the women got inside, and both took a seat in the back.

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