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A man is facing charges after he allegedly became upset about the way a potato was cooked and he stabbed a woman in the head with a fork.

On Sunday, the authorities went to investigate claims of an incident regarding a woman who had possibly been the victim of injury from being stabbed with a fork. The third-party caller said that she had become concerned after she got a few blank texts, and then a call from the alleged victim.

When the officer reached the scene the alleged victim was sitting inside of a vehicle where a fork, which she said was the one reported in the dispute, and a shirt containing blood was also found. She did not appear to have severe injuries and she did not want medical treatment, but it was noted that there was allegedly blood and puncture marks on her head.

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Two men dining at a Waffle House in Louisiana on Saturday allegedly left the restaurant without paying their bill totaling $7.81. Workers at the establishment notified law enforcement reporting the incident, and also disclosed that the men drove off in a U-Haul van.

While police took statements from employees of the restaurant, patrolling officers noticed a U-Haul fitting the description parked in the lot of a hotel in the vicinity. As they approached the van the officers immediately apprehended the driver, California resident Stayshawn D. Stephens. The passenger, identified as Richard A. Brown, of Indiana, tried to escape into the forest on foot, but a K-9 officer exposed his whereabouts and he was taken into custody.

Upon inspection of the contents of the van, Deputy Chief Daniel Hunter reported finding credit card skimmers, which are electronic devices with the ability to store personal information gathered by swiping credit cards. They also discovered fake ID’s, credit cards, and a bill from a Waffle House for $7.41.