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A man accused of driving under the influence reportedly told the authorities that he has been consuming liquor since he was a child and that he “drinks alcohol like it is coffee.” 

51-year-old James Fuerstenau is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. According to court records, he has been convicted DUIs on two occasions. 

On July 12, a Racine County sheriff’s deputy was on duty in Caledonia when she reported that she saw a vehicle being operated erratically on I-41/94. 

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When the police pulled over a driver and reportedly found an assortment of drugs and paraphernalia, the suspect allegedly told them that what they assumed to be methamphetamine was breath mints. 

32-year-old Stephen Whalen is from Tarpon Springs, Florida. It was reported that Whalen was incarcerated for a year and a half for a prior drug conviction, and he was released two years ago. 

Whalen also had a prior encounter with the law that resulted in the loss of his driver’s license. 

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A New Yorker living in Florida with several recent arrests was taken into custody for alleged assault, resulting in the revocation of the bond she posted for her release in a prior incident. 

Stephanie Romas is a 42-year-old New York native who currently resides in a home her parents own in The Villages. Her mother and father also live in The Villages. 

In September, Romas allegedly stole a box of cereal from a store in Wildwood. She was not taken into custody, but a warrant for her arrest was later obtained by the police. 

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A Nevada woman on an airplane reportedly dismissed the rule to wear a mask while on the flight. While she was being arrested, she allegedly proclaimed, “Let’s go, Brandon!” 

Katrina Alspaugh is from Las Vegas. 

On November 21, Alspaugh was reportedly a passenger on an Allegiant Airlines flight. 

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A 2-year-old was found unharnessed and hidden under a large amount of garbage in his grandmother’s truck when she was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Last Sunday evening, 51-year-old Claudia Patterson, who has several prior infractions for driving under the influence of alcohol, was reportedly driving her truck in Memphis with her young grandson in the vehicle.

An officer with the Memphis Police Department was en route to the scene of an incident when they saw Patterson’s truck and asserted the driver was speeding and maneuvering the vehicle unsafely.

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A reportedly inebriated woman with many priors who works at a St. Petersburg fast food restaurant allegedly smashed her car into several structures on the property before speeding away.

34-year-old Kanisha Booze resides in St. Petersburg, Florida, and she has three children. Booze is also employed at a local Taco Bell restaurant.

On June 18, just after 10:00 PM, Booze was reportedly under the influence of alcohol while on the Taco Bell premises with her vehicle.

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A man reportedly driving without a valid license allegedly swiped a county fire truck valued at over half a million dollars and drove away before smashing into a street sign.

30-year-old Cory M. Fisher lives in Jacksonville, Illinois.

Fisher has had some trouble with the law recently, and the police obtained a warrant for his arrest for allegations of failing to appear for a scheduled court date.

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A man with five prior DUI’s was issued his sixth charge after reportedly plowing into a fire hydrant while driving under the influence.

38-year-old Andres C. Chavez resides in Palatine, Illinois.

Since 2007, Chavez has been charged with five DUI’s, resulting in the revocation of his driving privileges.

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A man allegedly stole an excavation machine from a construction site and drove it down a residential central Florida street, destroying Biden campaign signs posted on lawns.

Last week in Haines, Florida, a man was reportedly seen driving a backhoe on a street in a Black neighborhood.

Several lawns were displaying signs showing support for Joe Biden in the presidential election.

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A Utah man accused of driving under the influence allegedly attempted to bribe the arresting officer with $50,000 to escape legal penalties.

28-year-old Jacquez Garfield Wright reportedly interacted with the Cedar City police while they were checking into claims of a possible accident in the location that he was driving.

While talking with Wright, an officer reported that the man was unsteady on his feet, smelled like liquor, and spoke in a manner that gave him the impression he had been consuming enough alcohol to inhibit him.

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