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Two men reportedly refusing to wear face coverings while vising a Los Angeles Target store allegedly assaulted one of the security guards as they were being ejected from the premises.

On May 1, at a Target in Van Nuys, two men were reported as walking into the store without anything covering their faces, which is against the current store policy put in place in compliance with the mayor’s Safer at Home order.

According to the Los Angeles’ “Safer at Home Emergency Order,” the places that are currently open can refuse service to those without coverings who enter their establishments since the order specifies that all visitors “must wear face coverings over their noses and mouths.”

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A married couple in Louisiana is facing charges after they purportedly stole many cases of beer totaling over $1000 in estimated value from local Target stores.

At the beginning of March, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office opened an investigation regarding claims made by two local Target stores reporting that they had merchandise swiped from their beer section on six different dates.

The first alleged beer theft occurred on February 24, and the reported following incidents took place through February 29.

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A suspect in a Florida Target has been accused of destroying merchandise by allegedly using two plush toys, one of which from a Disney collection, to gratify himself sexually.

On Tuesday afternoon at the Target store in Pinellas Park, a man reportedly went to the section of the establishment where the stuffed animals are shelved.

The man allegedly proceeded to remove from the merchandise display a large stuffed unicorn, in addition to a plush snowman licensed by Disney in the image of Olaf from the movie Frozen.

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A man who was wanted on a warrant for public masturbation was apprehended when he was seen in the parking lot of a Pasco County Target store.

In Wesley Chapel on Thursday, employees of a Target reported a vehicle in their parking lot being driven by a man they believed resembled someone recently known for publicly exposing himself in store parking lots in the area.

The man, identified as 69-year-old Robert Digiacomo, had an active warrant for his arrest filed by the state district attorney when he didn’t show up for a mid-September court appearance. The case that the warrant was issued for is regarding a prior incident that reportedly happened in March for suspicion of exposure of sexual organs, in which it has been asserted that Digiacomo made a habit of touching himself in parking lots in the view of the public after more than one person complained that they had seen him in action.

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Three people are facing several charges after the police located a man suspected of masturbating inside a Target store, and encountered two other people in the residence that they alleged were breaking the law.

A Target located in Dover called the police on January 19 to report an incident involving someone who had allegedly visited the dressing room and left the door open while using the location as a venue for public masturbation. The suspect was also reported as driving off in a gold Jaguar.

On January 24, the same Target notified the authorities a second time regarding an identical incident that they believed involved the same person, and it was alleged that the suspect left the premises in an automobile matching the description of the previous report as well.

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A woman in West Palm Beach who was being apprehended for shoplifting accused a deputy of raping her during her transport for booking, and she is now facing charges due to the belief that she lied about the sexual assault.

In January, Marley Barberian was accused of shoplifting nearly $70 in merchandise from a Target store.

After two deputies responded, and as Barberian was being removed from the premised, she reportedly slapped the male deputy and he placed her on the ground to affix handcuffs so she could be taken to the county jail.

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A North Carolina woman who went to a Target store has been accused of using two juveniles to help guard her against getting caught while she allegedly stole several video games.

Jacksonville resident 29-year-old Ashley Nicole Reed was frequenting a Target store in Raleigh accompanied by two young siblings, ages 6 and 10.

While she was in the store, Reed, who is said to have made the plans with a member of her family, allegedly staged two different attempts to steal dozens of Nintendo Switch video games. She reportedly used one child at a time to watch out for possible approaching employees in each of the incidents so that she would not get caught.

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