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A woman in Wisconsin was allegedly tased by her son during a domestic dispute on Mother’s day.

22-year-old Andrew Peterson, his girlfriend Colleen Parker, 20, and their child live with Peterson’s 43-year-old mother in Lone Rock.

In the afternoon on Mother’s day, Peterson, Parker, and their youngster were at home with his mom when he reportedly became frantic over misplacing his cell phone.

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When officers tried to detain a suspect for alleged acts of domestic violence, the man reportedly grabbed a large knife and wielded it in a threatening manner toward the officers in a purported attempt to avoid arrest.

50-year-old Daniel Edwin Kostecky resides in the Two Rivers Inn West in Jamestown, North Dakota.

On December 12, Kostecky and a female companion were together in his hotel room when they reportedly began to have a verbal disagreement.

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A Georgia woman was arrested after she allegedly tried to get free food from a Chick-Fil-A on several occasions by asserting that she is an agent with the FBI.

A Chick-Fil-A in Rockmart was reportedly recently visited by a woman, later identified as 47-year-old Kimberly Ragsdale, who drove a white Dodge Caravan and allegedly disclosed that she worked for the FBI.

Ragsdale reportedly used her official status in an attempt to get the eatery to give her meals free of charge and allegedly said they would be arrested for non-compliance.

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When the authorities showed up at a man’s residence to detain him he reportedly acted in a manner that caused them to employ their tasers, and he allegedly used his 11-year-old son as a shield to protect himself from the shocks.

Just after 11:00 am on February 9, officers with the Pennsylvania State Police went to a home in Reade Township in an effort to serve a man with a warrant and take him into custody.

As they attempted to locate the man, 35-year-old Daniel Taylor, the authorities said they discovered he was in the attic of the dwelling and they purported that he placed himself there in an attempt to hide from them.

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A Washington man suspected of car prowling has accused the authorities of using excessive force while detaining him for a crime he did not commit.

52-year-old Mark A. Domino and his mother are employed at Walmart in Clarkston, Washington.

Just before 6:00 pm on Monday evening, Domino got off work and headed to his mother’s vehicle to retrieve a clothes hanger.

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