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When a reportedly intoxicated man allegedly pushed the envelope with the authorities by dancing, screaming, and lashing out physically, he was arrested and charged for the unsatisfying performance.

In the West Cleveland suburb of Parma Heights, a man was sitting in his vehicle while allegedly intoxicated.

The authorities were notified after the man allegedly dug his heels in when someone asked him to exit his vehicle so he would not drive drunk.

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An Oklahoma father was arrested after allegedly causing an accident and fleeing the scene while driving under the influence of alcohol with his infant in the vehicle.

Stephon Hadley was reportedly traveling in his vehicle in Owasso with his infant in the back seat.

During their trip, Hadley allegedly slammed into a truck that was on the same road, allegedly forcing the vehicle off the street and into a trench next to the shoulder.

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The supervisor of a non-profit school for at-risk children was arrested after allegedly failing to report the situation when a 12-year-old boy was seriously injured as an alleged result of a physical altercation with a behavioral interventionist. 

On February 11, at the AMIkids Pinellas Park location, a 12-year-old boy who attends school there reportedly started misbehaving and skipped the lunch line.

A behavioral interventionist that was on duty at the time reportedly stepped in and ushered the child to a room that the school calls “Opportunity Room,” which is usually used for taking tests and computer lab assignments.

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A high school student and her mother are facing charges after they allegedly assaulted employees of the institution.

Danazia Whitfield, an 18-year-old deaf girl, attends DuPont Manual High School in Louisville, Kentucky. On April 26, she was sent to the assistant principal’s office due to a dispute she had with a teacher and another student.

Whitfield placed her backpack in a spot that was obstructive while she sat outside of the office and a school security monitor picked it up and moved it to a less intrusive place.

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