Articles Tagged with underage

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Two men allegedly stole alcohol from a convenience store while wearing hollowed-out watermelons as masks in a purported attempt to conceal their identities.

On the evening of May 5, the Sheetz convenience store in Louisa, Virginia, was visited by two people wearing masks that appeared unrelated to COVID-19 protection, as they were reportedly made of watermelon rinds that encased their heads. The watermelons had their innards removed and eye holes were carved for visibility.

The suspects, who were reportedly riding in a black Toyota Tacoma, allegedly grabbed liquor from the store’s supply and walked out without paying for the products.

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A 20-year-old University of Iowa student allegedly presented an identification card to the police with the name “McLovin” on it when he was reportedly drinking in a bar.

Around 12:30 am on October 11, the police went into the Airliner Bar to check the premises.

When they came upon Daniel Burleson, who they believed was underage but was allegedly carrying around an alcoholic beverage and wearing a bar-issued wristband, the officers started to question him. While they were speaking with Burleson he reportedly told them he was indulging in a vodka-based drink. When they asked him to show his ID card, Burleson allegedly denied the request resulting in his being taken out of the establishment by the police.

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A California lawyer is facing charges for allegations that he used a camera that was affixed to his shoe to record underneath a girl’s skirt while inside of a store.

On Sunday afternoon, a young girl and her father were inside of a Walnut Creek Apple store in Broadway Plaza.

At the same time, personal injury attorney Jacques Bloxham was also reportedly a customer of the electronics establishment.

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Just after 1:30 am on Sunday, a man and his female passenger had been in attendance at a wedding where he had been drinking, and following the event, he was reportedly driving them home.

An officer that was on patrol in the area that the man, 27-year-old Allan Pineda, was driving reported seeing the vehicle being driven erratically, and on the wrong side of the road in the direction of oncoming traffic. He also alleged that the car had hit the curb more than once.

Pineda was pulled over and when the police officer questioned him he allegedly said that he had attended a wedding where he had been drinking. The 20-year-old woman with Pineda was also allegedly intoxicated. Pineda reportedly told the officer that even though he was under the influence of alcohol his passenger was even drunker, so he was doing a good thing when deciding he would be the driver.

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The father of a teen boy is facing charges after driving his son and an underage girl to the park where the teenagers reportedly engaged in sexual activity.

On Sunday night around 11:40 pm, an officer noticed a Toyota in a parking space at McChesney Park. When he went up to the man sitting in the driver’s seat to find out why he was at the location after hours the man reportedly said that he had given his 15-year-old son and a 15-year-old girl a ride to the park.

The officer reported that he asked why the man, identified as 53-year-old Laurence Mitchell, would take his son and the girl to a park in the middle of the night. Mitchell allegedly said that he believed they were just being teenagers and doing “what kids do,” and that they were not causing any trouble.

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On Friday morning the freshman wide receiver for the Washington State University Cougars football team was arrested on suspicion of a baby DUI charge.

19-year-old Rodrick Fisher was seen by an officer while he was allegedly driving the wrong direction on a one-way street just before 12:30 am on August 24.

The officer pulled Fisher over and performed breathalyzer tests to determine his blood alcohol content. The first reportedly yielded a result of .076 percent, and the second displayed .078 percent.

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After a teenager crashed his car into the yard of a residence in Coachella and caused damage to the garage and two cars parked at the home he was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Just before 1:00 am on Friday, 18-year-old Zackery Fabian Camarena was allegedly driving above the speed limit in a residential area when his car veered toward the side of the road and ended up in the front yard of a house where two cars were parked.

Camarena’s Toyota Corolla reportedly hit a 2017 Cadillac XTS that was sitting in the driveway and the collision caused it to slam into and break through the garage door. A classic 1962 Chevrolet Impala was parked inside of the garage, and the Cadillac smashed through and barreled into it.

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A well-known business owner and member of the Cherryville, Florida, community is facing charges for allegedly using a hidden camera to capture videos of girls, some of which were underage, without their knowledge while they were showering on his yacht.

Richard Hilliard Jr. is a 49-year-old man who is a member of the family that owns a foam molding company called Modern Polymers. He and his family are known throughout their community due to the popularity of their business.

Hilliard is the proprietor of a person yacht which he named “Yacht’s O’ Trouble,” and he extended an invitation to eight young women, one of which was his former babysitter, to join him on the vessel for an excursion. He also recruited the mother of his ex-babysitter as a chaperone for the three underage girls and five young women he planned to entertain.

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A mother who hosted a party at her house on Friday for her son’s graduation has been charged after an underage girl reported that she had been the victim of a sexual assault. The woman had additionally allegedly bought liquor for the guests and allowed marijuana use at the celebration.

Dana Fowler, the mother of a son who just graduated high school, threw a party at her house to commemorate the special occasion. Of the people in attendance, several of them were reportedly under the age of 21.

41-year-old Fowler allegedly purchased alcohol for the party, and she was said to allow the attendees to smoke marijuana.

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A man who was accused of sexually abusing an underage girl last July pleaded not guilty to the allegations, and he has been scheduled to appear in court to fight against the charges on July 16.

Early last summer the mother of a young girl notified the Alabaster Police Department and reported that she believed her daughter, who is between 12 and 16 years old, had been the victim of a sexual assault.

An investigation into the claim was opened and the authorities believe that the suspect responsible for the alleged assault is 35-year-old Alabaster resident Jeremy Douglas Loper. They reportedly discovered evidence of a minor who was subject to solicitation through electronic means, which led to a sexual encounter that took place on June 24 between Loper and the girl.

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