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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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An Iowa woman is facing many criminal charges after police allegedly discovered hundreds of empty Whip-Its canisters inside of the Maserati she was driving.

Iowa City police ran a check of the license plate on a black Gran Turismo with tinted windows late in the evening on February 18, and according to the affidavit, it was revealed that the registered owner of the car was operating the vehicle with a barred license.

A traffic stop was performed when the vehicle entered a local gas station parking lot, and the police approached the car to investigate the matter.

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A man in Mulberry, Florida allegedly gulped down a baggy containing methamphetamine, in addition to nearly smashing his car into a police vehicle while the authorities tried to apprehend him.

Last week, deputies with the Polk County Police attempted to pull over a Dodge Ram truck for a traffic stop.

According to the police department’s press release, instead of pulling over, the operator of the vehicle reportedly made a U-turn and began to drive away from the deputies.

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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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Allegedly claiming that it was herself, a Sunset, Utah, woman has been accused of providing the identity and birth date of her daughter to the authorities during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, an officer on patrol noticed a BMW without a license plate driving down the road.

When he pulled the driver over and asked for identification, she reportedly said that she didn’t have her license with her at the moment and that the car was uninsured.

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