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A Florida man who works as a janitor at a Dollar General store is facing charges after allegedly poisoning his coworker’s beverage. 

On October 24, two workers who had reportedly recently gotten into an argument while working a shift together at the Dollar General store in DeLand, Florida, had their allegedly hostile connection come to a head. 

The reportedly irritated party arrived at work, and he realized that the person he disliked was scheduled for a shift as well.  

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A New Mexico man was accused of violently attacking and raping his girlfriend before dumping gasoline and bleach all over the room where the incident took place. 

At approximately 2:00 am on September 15, a woman, her boyfriend, and an infant whose relationship to the pair has not been disclosed were in a Northeast Albuquerque apartment together. 

According to reports, the 33-year-old man and his girlfriend began to have sex, but the woman decided she wanted to stop. 

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Four people from Missouri suspected of theft and burglary were tracked down after one of the men reportedly involved accidentally butt-dialed 911. 

Early in the morning on July 27, Cole County 911 received a call from someone who disconnected the line before they provided any information. 

The authorities found the location where the call came from, and Deputies from the Cole County Sheriff’s Office went to the address to see if someone needed help. 

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A wife in Florida was arrested for allegedly breaking more than one law when she reportedly hit her husband with a belt after she caught him pleasuring himself while looking at sexual content on the internet. 

30-year-old Angela Davis is married to a 51-year-old man, and they reside in Summerfield. 

On May 10, Davis was allegedly shocked when she walked in on her husband while he was looking at pornography on his cell phone. It was reported that the man was masturbating while viewing the content. 

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  The bride and caterer at a Florida wedding are facing felony charges after allegedly putting marijuana in the food at the reception and failing to tell the guests what they were consuming. 

42-year-old Andrew Svoboda and his significant other, Danya, got married on February 19. They held their reception, which was reportedly attended by approximately 50 guests, at a clubhouse in a gated community outside of Orlando. 

According to reports, the event was catered by 31-year-old Joycelyn Montrinice Bryant, who runs a catering business called “Joycelyn’s Southern Kitchen.”  

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A 911 operator is facing charges after he was accused of concealing a camera in the precinct bathroom and collecting images of officers using the facilities. 

49-year-old John Logan lives in North Versailles, Pennsylvania, where he is employed as a 911 dispatcher. 

On New Year’s Eve, one of the officers at the North Versailles Police Department went to use the facilities. The single-occupancy bathroom is for the staff of the department, and not designated for use by the public. 

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An Uber driver was the alleged victim of a brutal attack when a rider reportedly choked, bit, and scratched him from the back of the vehicle.

On the afternoon of April 17, 55-year-old Michele Stilwell hailed an Uber to take her to her home in St. Petersburg.

Just before 5:00 pm, a man responding to her request pulled up and welcomed her into the vehicle.

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The Mayor and co-founder of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena is facing charges after allegedly being caught with crack cocaine after purportedly trying to escape the police.

55-year-old Tim Currier serves as the current mayor of Massena in northern New York. He also assisted in the founding of the Boys and Girls Club of Massena, now known as the Police Activities League of Massena.

The St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, working with the district attorney’s office and Homeland Security agents, were performing an undercover investigation of a situation that they believed involved Currier selling drugs.

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After a Maine grocery store was notified about the purchase of pizza dough that reportedly contained razor blades, the man accused of the tampering was taken into custody.

At the beginning of October at the Saco location of the Hannaford Supermarket, an employee of the company received a report alleging that a customer bought Portland Pie brand pizza dough and found razor blades shoved inside the product after taking it home for use.

The authorities were notified about the consumer’s allegations.

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A Pennsylvania man is facing charges after he allegedly discharged a gun by accident and an 11-year-old in the apartment next door was hit with some of the resulting debris.

18-year-old Roque Stella-Colon lives in an apartment complex in Hummelstown, approximately 4-miles from Hershey.

Last Saturday evening around 10:00 pm, Stella-Colon was reportedly in his residence with a loaded firearm.

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