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A couple in Phoenix is facing charges after they allegedly said an 18-month-old was taken when their truck was stolen, but the authorities reported that the child never existed.

40-year-old Stormee Wagner and her husband, 37-year-old James Wagner, reportedly had their vehicle taken without their permission last Wednesday afternoon. The couple said that an 18-month-old they were babysitting was still in their truck when they parked at a QuikTrip market, and someone took off with the vehicle and the child.

When the authorities learned about the alleged car theft and child abduction, they collected the details from the Wagner’s. The couple reportedly said that they were taking care of a child named Wendy when someone took their vehicle.

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When a man pulled over to help a driver with a flat tire on the side of the road, the allegedly stolen SUV he was riding in was heisted while he was distracted.

21-year-old Shamari J. Reid resides in Bowie, Maryland.

Just after midnight on March 10, Reid was a passenger in a Toyota RAV4 being driven by his friend.

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A Los Angeles police officer has been accused of stealing a truck from an Orange County used car lot and using the vehicle for a year after falsifying the records to reflect that it had been recovered.

45-year-old Matthew Calleros resides in Whittier, California.

Calleros is employed as an officer with the Hollenbeck division of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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A Nebraska man was arrested after he allegedly did thousands of dollars in damage to the inside of a market and some of the cars in the parking lot when he could not find his drug smoking paraphernalia.

On the evening of November 24, 40-year-old Andrew Marr reportedly paid a visit to the Super Saver grocery store.

While inside the market, Marr allegedly became distressed when he thought he lost the pipe he reportedly uses to smoke drugs.

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The police have charged two men who allegedly took part in stealing a boat from a private residence in Florida while Hurricane Sally was impacting the area.

On October 2, the owner of a 13-foot Boston Whaler notified the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office to let them know that his boat was not where he left it and he suspected it had been stolen.

The man said that his vessel was stuck in the water in an area near his home after it was flooded during Hurricane Sally when it went missing.

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An exotic dancer at a Florida club was arrested after allegedly getting into a brawl with other dancers when she believed they had taken money from her.

On November 6, a woman from Fort Pierce who is an exotic dancer and uses the stage name “Strawberry” was working a shift at a Port St. Lucie club called Body Talk Sports Bar.

Just after 2:00 am, the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department was notified about an ongoing physical confrontation between several dancers at the bar.

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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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While the police were investigating a claim about a stolen power tool, the suspect accused of taking it told them that he was part of a previous incident regarding a stolen police K9.

On August 26, the Henry County Sheriff’s Office was alerted by a homeowner who said that a man was on his property and that the alleged intruder did not have permission to be there. A weed whacker gardening machine was also reported as missing from the premises.

When the authorities arrived, they reported that they saw a man identified as Brandon Harmon, a 24-year-old Smithfield local.

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When a woman claimed that her car had been stolen with a child still sitting in the back seat, the authorities searched for the youngster and stolen car before allegedly learning that the reported kidnapping was false.

Last Saturday, just after 9:00 pm, the Knoxville Police Department was alerted by a woman claiming that her vehicle had been stolen from the parking lot of the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Restaurant. The caller also reportedly stated that a 10-year-old girl was sitting in the back seat when the car was taken.

The Oak Ridge Police Department, Airwatch, and Criminal Investigations Division investigators joined the Knoxville police in their frenzied attempt to locate the stolen vehicle holding the allegedly missing child.

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The police arrested two suspects after an alleged car thief forced them to chase him until he smashed into a vehicle which was also reportedly found to be stolen.

On the morning of July 5, the Newberg-Dundee Police Department received notification from the owner of a Toyota Land Cruiser who stated that their vehicle was missing.

When they began to look for the vehicle reported as stolen, the authorities saw someone driving a Land Cruiser fitting the given description and attempted a traffic stop.

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