Articles Tagged with surveillance

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When a man reportedly stole a package off of an Arkansas homeowner’s porch, the alleged thief placed a piece of colored paper listing books of the bible in its place.

Vanessa Lowe lives in a home that she purchased two years ago in Benton, Arkansas, which is a suburb of Little Rock.

The woman had recently placed an online order on Amazon for a package of lightbulbs, and she had requested real-time notification to let her know when the item had arrived.

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A man is facing criminal charges after he was accused of trying to abduct an infant from a shopping cart at a Flagstaff grocery store while the mother of the child was paying for her items.

On the morning of September 3, a woman was shopping at the Basha’s grocery store with her baby.

As the woman finished her shopping excursion in the self-checkout area to pay for her purchases, she had placed the baby, who was in an infant carrier, into the cart during the transaction.

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A Florida man is facing a felony charge after he allegedly threw the contents of a Slurpee cup at a 7-11 employee when he reportedly became angered over the cost of the frozen beverage.

Just after 9:00 am on July 28, an employee at a Pinellas Park 7-11 was working their shift at the register when a man approached the counter with a Slurpee in his hand.

The man, later identified as 40-year-old Brian Duffy, reportedly believed the cost of the drink was too high, and he allegedly began a verbal altercation with the worker about his frustration.

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When a man was accused of masturbating in his vehicle in a local Circle K parking lot, he explained to the authorities that he did not think he was breaking the law for doing so.

On the evening of July 28, 22-year-old Steven Donovan reportedly clocked out from his job as a driver at Hungry Howie’s Pizza in Fruitland Park, Florida.

When he left his place of employment, Donovan reportedly got into his vehicle and went to the adjoining establishment; a Circle K convenience store.

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A woman is facing charges after she allegedly smacked a store employee and tore the protective mask off his face when she was told she would have to wear a face mask if she wanted to enter the establishment.

Around noon on May 20, an employee of Menards in Mankato, Minnesota reportedly encountered a woman trying to enter the store without a face covering.

The worker reportedly informed the woman about the store policy requiring face masks for all customers and employees, but she allegedly refused to follow the rule.

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A Florida landlady was arrested after she reportedly got into an argument with her tenant regarding a towel, and allegedly set fire to the structure in which the renter and her dogs inhabit.

57-year-old Robin Hamilton has woodshed at her home in Hawthorne that she reportedly rents out to a woman who has two dogs.

Throughout the day on Saturday Hamilton allegedly had a few drinks. When interacting with her tenant, the two reportedly got into a spat over a towel that Hamilton said held sentimental value for her.

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A woman was arrested after she was reportedly seen spitting fruit pieces from her mouth into produce bins at Walmart costing the store hundreds of dollars in loss of product.

Around 7:00 pm on April 22, a manager at the Holly Hill Walmart was working on ordering stock online when she reportedly saw a woman tampering with a sealed package of guava.

The manager reported that the shopper removed the guava from the package and bit into it. The woman then allegedly spit the pre-chewed fruit into her hand before taking another bite and spitting it into the opposite hand. Pieces of the chewed fruit, in addition to spit from the shopper’s mouth reportedly sprayed throughout a bin containing loose limes.

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A cashier at a Florida Dollar Tree accused a man of physically attacking her after she reportedly tried to ask him to practice social distancing as he crowded others when he allegedly tried to cut in line at the checkout.

Last Friday afternoon, patrons and employees at the Dollar Tree in Madeira Beach were conducting business as usual, but with the implementation of new social distancing procedures put in place in the store to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Just before 1:30 pm, Stephan Fanelli, a 55-year-old man who was listed as “transient” in the police report, was reportedly standing in one of the lines with his items for purchase and waiting to be checked out.

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A man in Clearwater was taken into custody and charged with a felony after he allegedly grabbed and made off with a roll of toilet paper from a pack left in a truck parked at a residence.

While people appear to be stocking up on bathroom tissue in the middle of the current novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, a resident in Clearwater, Florida reported that a 6-pack left in a vehicle parked at their home inspired someone to break into the truck and help themselves to a roll without permission.

The alleged victim’s doorbell video surveillance camera caught footage of a person who appeared to be male and wearing a grey sweatshirt with a hood.

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An ex-Wisconsin deputy has been accused of combing through the obituaries in an alleged attempt to locate homes she reportedly intended to burglarize while the residents were attending funerals for their loved ones.

29-year-old Janelle Gericke worked as a deputy for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office for a period of 15-months beginning in February 2016 before she was reportedly fired from her position.

In 2018, between February and June, at least seven residences were allegedly chosen by Gericke with the intention of burglarizing them during times she believed that the inhabitants would not be home.

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