Articles Tagged with threats

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A 70-year-old Minnesota woman was arrested after she reportedly clung to a bridge on an Interstate overpass while allegedly holding alcohol and a gun made from aluminum foil.

Jean Ann Hansen is from Minneapolis. In May she was involved in a legal matter involving an assault incident. She spent some time in a facility after being assessed with mental illness.

Hansen was recently released on a provisional discharge.

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A suspect is facing many charges after allegedly robbing an Altoona card shop that he frequented two decades ago.

51-year-old Jayson Hodges is from Trafford, Pennsylvania.

About 20 years ago, Hodges went to the Juniata Cards shop in Altoona. The man reportedly said he remembered the name of the owner.

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A man was arrested after allegedly making threats to blow up airplanes and the building at McCarran Airport when he reportedly became upset over a $55 baggage fee.

On April 23, 52-year-old Andrew Greco planned to fly from Las Vegas to Reno.

When he arrived at the airport and checked in for his flight, Greco was told that he would need to pay an additional $55 for his luggage.

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A Florida restaurateur reportedly went to the home of a man and lashed out physically after holding him accountable for posts with negative online reviews of his eatery.

60-year-old Daniel Ahrens is the proprietor of Georgia Boy’s BBQ Restaurant in Oldsmar.

Early last week, Ahrens discovered Yelp reviews criticizing his restaurant fare and quality of service and reportedly held his girlfriend’s son responsible for the entries that claimed his eatery was not up to par.

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A man is facing many charges after allegedly getting drunk and threatening the life of an elderly relative, as well as trying to intimidate the responding authorities by reportedly pretending he was a federal agent.

52-year-old George L. Fusco is a former resident of Brookville, Pennsylvania, who worked in the office of the federal forestry service in the Allegheny National Forest. He tendered his resignation in the summer of 2019.

Recently, Fusco was at a residence in Mt. Pleasant Township with a 72-year-old woman with whom he is related.

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A woman who allegedly posted screenshots of racist messages sent to her by her parents was arrested when it was asserted that she broke the law by doing so.

21-year-old Kaileigh Schmidt lives in Petal, Mississipi.

Schmidt and her parents, who reside in Ellisville, were recently reportedly experiencing family tension regarding their reaction to her going to a party where black people were in attendance.

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When a pair of travelers were denied entry through a Florida Keys COVID-19 checkpoint, a man allegedly kidnapped a teenager and forced her with threats to drive him and his companion through the policed area.

On the morning of May 21, 37-year-old Alexander Sardinas and a 43-year-old female that was accompanying him allegedly tried to access the Florida Keys, which have been closed to people that are not residents since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

The two were reportedly passengers in a ride-share service driver’s vehicle while attempting to make their way through the checkpoint, but the authorities reported that neither of them could provide paperwork or identification, and they were not allowed to enter.

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The father of a 4-year-old boy allegedly wanted to ignite the child using gasoline and a lighter in a reported attempt to rid the youngster of a demon.

Johnsonville, Pennsylvania resident Josiah James C. McIntosh has a 4-year-old son.

Last Wednesday, McIntosh was reportedly at his home with the boy with another man.

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Two men in Florida allegedly pulled a heist at a CVS store using the threat that they have COVID-19 as their purported weapon of choice when confronting the workers.

Last Tuesday afternoon, employees at the Coconut Creek CVS notified the authorities and said that they had been robbed by two men who claimed they currently have the novel coronavirus.

While speaking with the police, the workers said that they believed the men had been driving a white van and that they had stolen many bottles of detergent, in addition to two 12-packs of Corona beer. They also offered what they believed was the license plate number on the van to the authorities.

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Employees at McDonald’s alleged that a customer became so enraged when she was told the dipping sauces cost extra that she made threats and reportedly caused the workers to become fearful for their safety.

After 3:00 am on New Year’s Day, a Florida McDonald’s reportedly had a customer place an order for quite a bit of food at their drive-thru.

When the woman paid for the order she reportedly requested that the employee include one of each type of the dipping sauces they have in the bag with her items. The employee told her that each container could be purchased for 25 cents extra, and the woman allegedly became very displeased with the idea of forking out extra cash for the cups of condiments.

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