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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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An allegedly drunken pinball player who became angered by her gaming experience reportedly physically got her kicks in against an EMT and several law enforcement officers when her conduct led to her arrest.

Kilee Nicole Cunningham, 26, was hanging out at a Plainfield Township bowling alley having some cocktails and playing pinball in the late-night hours.

Just before the clock struck 12, Cunningham, who was allegedly three sheets to the wind, had been playing a game of pinball when her money was lost in the machine.

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A teenager who was allegedly under the influence of LSD while at school is facing charges after being accused of handling the breasts of three employees and trying to choke a nurse at the hospital with her stethoscope.

On January 16, a student at Liberty High School in Ohio allegedly began acting in inappropriate ways when he reportedly earnestly grabbed the breasts of a woman who works at the school as a teacher.

The school’s resource officer reported that he heard what sounded like a female yelling and he quickly made his way to the area in which he heard the ruckus.

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When police responded to a call about a man who was allegedly causing problems inside of an establishment due to the belief that he was drunk they reported that he claimed to try to share knowledge of how the universe works, and upon his arrest, he was accused of possessing drugs.

The owner of Crawdaddy’s N’awlins Grill & Raw Bar had placed a call to the authorities when he felt that one of the men inside of the establishment was drunken and behaving in a disorderly manner. The proprietor said that he asked the person to exit the bar but he would not comply.

Just after 1:00 pm, a sheriff’s deputy arrived at the bar and the owner alleged that the offender was 42-year-old James Sutton.

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On the afternoon of March 7, a mother reportedly left her 2-year-old son locked inside of her SUV in the heat for over half an hour while she was shopping.

On Monday around 2:45 p.m. Mt. Juliet police received a call from someone stating that they were concerned upon discovering a young child by himself in a vehicle in the parking lot at a Walgreens store.

Officers dispatched to the location and observed the toddler alone inside of the parked car. The boy was allegedly crying and soaked with perspiration from the heat and the police determined that he needed to be removed from the vehicle. One of the officers broke the window in order to retrieve the boy and paramedics arrived to make sure that he did not need medical assistance. They found him to be in good condition.

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A man onboard a flight on Sunday night was removed from the plane by law enforcement, who had to employ a taser to get him to comply after he allegedly started an altercation with a couple seated near him and became unruly.

A couple seated on American Airlines flight 2446 reportedly had an encounter with another passenger when the woman alleged that the stranger had inappropriately touched her. The accusation caused an argument between the couple and the man, who was later identified as 28-year-old Jacob Garcia of Chicago.

The airline manager intervened and in an attempt to diffuse the situation he assigned Garcia to a new seat away from the people with whom he had the dispute. Garcia was reported as making racially insensitive comments toward the couple after being asked to move.

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Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller stood in court with his trademark pink mohawk on Wednesday and was sentenced to three years probation and 100 days in jail for a list of felonies involving multiple clashes with the Orange County police. Miller who is 36 years old, plead guilty to about a dozen felonies and misdemeanors which included assault on a peace officer, battery and resisting arrest.

Miller got a plea bargain with Orange County Superior Court Judge Robert Fitzgerald. He was given double credit for his 50 days of time served, so he will not have to spend any more time behind bars, his attorney Cameron Talley said.

Talley reported that Miller has two strikes on his record now and could have some serious consequences if he violates his probation. According to Miller’s lawyer the former champion MMA fighter had lost his job as a commentator for Fox Sports and became engulfed in depression after allegations of domestic violence with his ex-girlfriend in his Mission Viejo home in 2013. In February a jury acquitted him of those charges that seemed to have triggered his problems.

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After being pulled over for expired tags, a 33 year old Florida woman was accused of drunk driving when police smelled whiskey on her breath.

When police pulled the woman over for having expired tags, they weren’t expecting what they found. There were 3 young children in the backseat, improperly restrained, and the driver was breast feeding a two month old baby. In addition, there was a full can of gasoline on the front passenger seat.

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