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The passenger of a car on the Interstate in Missouri allegedly fired three shots at a vehicle holding a mother, father, and four youngsters.

On June 15, 22-year-old Shanyka Fouche and her 2-year-old were reportedly passengers in a Ford Focus driven by another woman.

Around 3:00 pm, while the Focus was on I-55 in Jefferson County, they reportedly drove up behind a Nissan Pathfinder with a family of six inside. Four of the passengers were children, ages 2 to 11. The mother was driving the SUV, and the dad was in the passenger’s seat.

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A woman is facing several felony charges after she alleged sped through a site set up for distributing the COVID vaccine and almost hit many workers.

On the morning of May 24, the parking lot at the Foothills Mall in Maryville, Tennessee, was one of the local sites people could go for a COVID vaccine. A tent for distribution of the injections, in addition to directional cones for traffic, was set up at the location.

Around 9:00 am, several people were inside the tent, including members of the National Guard and healthcare workers. A speeding vehicle was reportedly spotted by a deputy.

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After a Florida man was ejected from a home, he allegedly returned and caused destruction to the property, terrorized the inhabitants, and had a standoff with police for many hours.

31-year-old Paul Ezzell had recently been staying in a home in Tampa on a temporary basis.

Last Sunday night, Ezzell was reportedly asked to depart from the residence for causing problems.

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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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The Atlanta rap artist “Silentó” was jailed and charged after allegedly driving more than double the posted speed limit on the Interstate.

22-year-old Richard Lamar “Ricky” Hawk is a rapper and singer who goes by the professional names “Silentó” and “Prince Silento.”

Hawk’s 2015 hit song “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” was number 3 on the 2015 Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. This summer, the video, which features the popular dances named in the title, hit over 1.7 billion views on YouTube.

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A man has been charged with multiple felonies after he was accused of driving his SUV into a large group of people while they were holding a rally in support of Blue Lives Matter.

On the afternoon of July 25 in Eaton, Ohio, many people came together on the grass in a local park to advocate for Blue Lives Matter.

As the protestors held their signs and showed their support, a maroon SUV allegedly left the street and drove through the park, reportedly heading directly at the pedestrians in a purported attempt to run them over.

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The mother of a 15-year-old who was accused of using a gun while robbing a Circle K was reportedly the driver of the intended getaway vehicle during the alleged heist.

Last Halloween, a Circle K store in Winter Springs, Florida reported that they had been the victim of an armed robbery.

Since the store has surveillance equipment, the event was recorded on video, and a person can be seen on the footage as they entered the store and handed a piece of paper to the employee at the register. The person, whose face was concealed by a mask, additionally appeared to be holding a gun during the alleged robbery.

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A Texas man is facing legal ramifications after he allegedly ended up in a ditch with his car after imbibing on too many hard seltzer alcoholic beverages.

On December 22, Michael Cifelli was driving his sport utility vehicle through Houston when he reportedly lost control of the car.

The man reportedly landed in a ditch located by a nearby apartment building on an Interstate service road.

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A married couple has been accused of treating money they discovered in their bank account as a windfall by spending it before contacting the financial institution to find out where the hefty sum came from.

On May 31, Montoursville couple Robert and Tiffany Williams reportedly noticed an inexplicably large balance totaling $120,000 above the $1,100 they actually had in their account at the BB&T Bank.

Though they allegedly knew that the money wasn’t theirs the Williams’ reportedly spent nearly three-weeks following the financial anomaly indulging in purchases including but not limited to an SUV, two ATV’s, and a car trailer. Bills were paid, and friends with money trouble were awarded $15,000 by the couple, purportedly using the funding found in the account.

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The mother of two daughters has been accused of endangering her children by having them sit in an inflatable pool on the roof of her vehicle as she drove.

On Tuesday, just after 3:00 pm, the Dixon Police Department received notification from a person claiming they witnessed two children riding in an air-filled pool on top of a white Audi SUV. The reportedly worried caller gave a general location and said they spotted the automobile as it was going over the Peoria Avenue Bridge.

Officers patrolled the area and not far from the bridge they reported that they came across a white Audi SUV “with a blue inflatable pool on the roof with two juveniles inside of the pool.”

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