Articles Tagged with trespassing

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In connection with a situation that happened last summer, the authorities in Los Angeles have decided to pursue charges for domestic violence and battery on a police officer against NBA player Jaxson Hayes. 

Jaxson Hayes is the 21-year-old center for the New Orleans Pelicans. He resides in the Woodland Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles. 

On July 29, Hayes and the woman he was dating at the time were at home when they reportedly got into a domestic dispute. His now ex-girlfriend’s cousin called the authorities and asked them to intervene after Hayes’ ex-girlfriend sent them text messages and said she was afraid. 

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A purported protestor who reportedly drove his Jeep erratically in the parking lot at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic was arrested and charged with more than one criminal offense.

On November 11, a New Hampshire state mobile vaccine clinic was set up at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester. It was reported that it was a special visit to the site because they had just begun giving out the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11.

Several kids were at the location, and the museum arranged for some activities to help create a fun environment. The director of the museum stated that they gave the children chalk and let them draw on the sidewalks, and a bit of music was played for entertainment. It was reported that approximately 400 people were in attendance.

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Two men are facing charges after they were reportedly found on protected land while carrying tools and pieces of rock.

It is reported that 30-year-old Jack Boyland has been searching for fossils since he was a preteen growing up in New Jersey. He has been a member of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society in Philadelphia. Boyland has also shared some of the relics he has found with a scientist at Columbia University.

In a media interview in 2019, Boyland shared that he has a tad of Native American blood, and that “fossil hunting is kind of like connecting with my heritage in a way.”

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The authorities have asserted that within a few minutes, a Nebraska man allegedly burglarized two residences and a local business.

28-year-old Baron Collier was reportedly roaming a neighborhood in Lincoln on the morning of August 9.

The man allegedly broke into two residences.

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A Florida man called the authorities when he returned home from an appointment and allegedly found an unknown naked woman swimming in his pool.

In the middle of the afternoon on July 19, 42-year-old Heather Ann Kennedy reportedly decided she wanted to take a swim, but she did not have a pool.

According to an affidavit, Kennedy went searching for a pool and ended up in a neighborhood approximately 2-miles from her residence.

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Four teenage girls from Pennsylvania who reportedly said they were “bored” allegedly destroyed a residence by starting a devastating fire.

On April 3, a duplex in the Johnstown borough of Ferndale was badly burned when a fire broke out in the home.

Upper Yoder Township police and firefighters were dispatched to the residence to contain the fire. Two of the first responders were injured and hospitalized due to smoke inhalation.

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While a shopper named Karen was placed under arrest after reportedly causing a disturbance during her protest about the face mask mandate, she threatened to sue the officers claiming they were violating the law.

55-year-old Karen Turner, a resident of Parma Heights, Ohio, reportedly decided to take a shopping trip on the afternoon of January 18.

Just after 2:00 pm, the woman tried to visit Marc’s Deeper Discount Store in Brook Park.

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A woman ejected from a Florida bagel shop reportedly fought with the police and cited the Constitution when they tried to remove her from the establishment and detain her.

61-year-old Cindy Falco DiCorrado lives in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Late in the morning on January 14, DiCorrado and a young woman were reportedly at the Einstein Bros. Bagels shop on the Florida Atlantic University College of Business campus.

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A Kansas woman was arrested after the police saw her drenched in blood at her father’s residence, where he was purportedly murdered.

30-year-old Jennifer Jackson and her father Charles live in Topeka, Kansas, but they do not share the same residence.

On December 11, Jennifer showed up at her dad’s apartment, and she was charged with two counts of criminal trespass.

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When a woman at a school board meeting regarding school children wearing face coverings reportedly would not wear a face mask after being told that she must, she allegedly caused a ruckus leading to her arrest.

On November 10, the Pinellas County School Board held a meeting in Largo to discuss the wearing of face masks in all school buildings to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Many parents on both sides of the issue were in attendance waiting to express their concerns.

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