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A woman from northeastern New Jersey was arrested on multiple charges after allegedly taking her child without permission while driving a vehicle that had previously been reported as stolen.

On April 24, a 28-year-old mother from Jersey City who reportedly does not have custody of her daughter took off in an automobile that was allegedly stolen. According to reports, she drove to an address in Bogota where her daughter was staying. She allegedly knew she was not supposed to take the child, but she reportedly left with her in the vehicle.

The authorities were notified, and it was reported that the child was found at a residence in Lodi with her mother.

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A Florida man donning a pair of underwear around his neck may face criminal charges after he was reportedly found wandering around in an area where two bonsai trees worth $7,000 had recently been stolen.

According to reports, a few weeks ago, someone swiped both trees from a home on a residential street in Cape Coral. Late in the evening on January 11, neighbors on the same block noticed a man on the property from which the trees were taken. There were additional bonsais at the residence, and it raised their suspicions when they spotted the alleged interloper.

One of the neighbors notified the authorities by phone, and when describing the man, they said he was wearing all dark clothing with a dark mask covering his face.

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A Colorado man suspected of stealing several thousands of dollars worth of tools from a business allegedly tried to escape the authorities by calling an Uber to pick him up.

On December 28, the owner of Blue Sky Plumbing in Wheat Ridge arrived at his business and found a hole in the fence that surrounds the property. The man checked the surveillance video and saw footage of someone stealing goods from the store. He notified the authorities, and officers from the Wheat Ridge Police Department went to the location.

An Uber vehicle was parked nearby with the driver inside, so the police decided to stop and speak to him. He told the officers he was waiting for a passenger and said the potential rider’s name was Jose. He saw someone approaching and informed them that he believed it was him.

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A man in the Florida Keys who allegedly claimed he was a mercenary reportedly threatened the safety and lives of deputies, their wives and children, and a K9 officer hundreds of times when he was arrested for driving under the influence.

Late in the afternoon on October 2, a man was driving a Kia SUV on Highway 1 in Monroe County. According to reports, deputies spotted the driver, who was allegedly going over the posted speed limit and was operating the vehicle in an unsafe manner.

The deputies performed a traffic stop, and when they reached the vehicle, they alleged that they could smell a strong odor of marijuana. They also reportedly spotted a can of Bud Light that appeared to be open.

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A Utah man was arrested for several charges after a DUI stop reportedly revealed he provided a juvenile with liquor, and then allegedly attacked the teen.

Just before 7:30 a.m. on October 25, a man from Washington City was in St. George, and when he got into his vehicle a bystander believed he was intoxicated. The other person notified the authorities, and officers from the St. George Police Department went to the location to investigate.

When approaching the vehicle, it was reported that an open can of beer was on the street next to it. The police assumed that the can belonged to the driver of the car, who was reportedly climbing out of the passenger’s side when they got there.

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A Florida man is facing several charges after a social media post claiming he had a new Mercedes caught the attention of the authorities and connected him to a series of theft crimes in Deltona.

Last weekend, the authorities reported that a string of car burglaries had taken place around the Deltona area. Surveillance videos collected from the scenes reportedly showed that the suspects were two individuals in masks and gloves.

One of the vehicles allegedly taken was a Mercedes. Surveillance footage from a nearby gas station showed a male driver with tattoos on his neck and face, and the authorities were able to use the information to identify the suspect.

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A Kansas man was arrested when he allegedly tried to run away from the police with a backpack after he reportedly crashed his vehicle into a boulder in the parking lot of a sports bar in Wisconsin.

Around 10:30 PM on August 3, a 24-year-old man who lives in Kansas was at the Sidelines Sports Pub and Grill in Janesville. When he left the establishment and reportedly got into his vehicle to drive away, he put the car in reverse and accelerated into a boulder while several people were watching.

After the crash, the driver allegedly grabbed a backpack out of his vehicle and sprinted into a field nearby.

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When a man accused of taking a 17-day vacation on another person’s dime by allegedly paying with a stolen credit card was being processed into jail, the authorities reportedly located a live round underneath his testicles.

A man who is a resident of the Bahamas that is recorded as currently living without permanent housing is staying in Miami, Florida. He recently reportedly took a vacation to Indian Rocks Beach for 17 days and paid to stay in a rental residence while on his trip.

It came to light that the man might have used a stolen credit card to pay for his excursion, and the authorities were made aware of the suspicions.

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A man in Connecticut was arrested after allegedly shooting a firearm at a residence, and the police followed a trail of footprints in the snow leading from the scene of the incident to his home. 

Early in the morning on February 28, people who live in a home in Bloomfield placed a call to the authorities. They reported that someone had opened fire at their residence. They said a bullet went through a window and into a bedroom in the home. 

Officers with the Bloomfield Police Department went to the residence, and they reportedly found a bullet-sized hole that went through a bedroom window and wall. The bullet reportedly got stuck in the wall in the bathroom on the other side of the bedroom. 

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Three teenagers in Washington state were taken into custody for running from the police in an allegedly stolen vehicle while intoxicated. 

Just before midnight on February 26, deputies with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department were patrolling in Parkland when they saw a Kia go by that was reportedly being driven over the speed limit. They also believed that the car was being operated unsafely when the driver reportedly began going down the wrong side of the road. 

According to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department blotter webpage, deputies had to use stop sticks, and it was believed that the car was going 90 MPH when it hit them. The police additionally used a PIT maneuver to force the driver to slow the car, which had most of its tires deflated. The vehicle spun to a stop, and the driver and two passengers got out. 

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