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When a suspect who was reportedly caught breaking into parked cars at the State Fair fled, she crashed a vehicle and hid from the authorities to try to prevent her arrest.

34-year-old Savannah Masters is from Hastings, Nebraska.

On September 2, Masters was reportedly at Fonner Park, where the Nebraska State Fair is held.

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When a man who was thought to be driving under the influence was arrested, he allegedly pooped once in the car on the way to the jail, and two additional times in the booking room at the facility.

41-year-old Jason Shea is from Dracut, New Hampshire.

Just after 7:00 am on June 12, Shea was reportedly driving a white van near Benson Park in Hudson.

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An Amazon driver in New Jersey was discovered while allegedly throwing hundreds of dollars of packages into the woods but reportedly told police it was feces he was discarding.

23-year-old Desmond Gould hails from New Castle, Delaware, and until recently, he was employed as a delivery driver for Amazon.

On November 2, Gould was reportedly driving an Amazon van while working a delivery route in a township in Southern New Jersey.

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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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After a van carrying 14 show dogs was hijacked from outside of a fast food restaurant in June, one of the two men who is being accused of the theft has been arrested and he is facing several charges for the allegations.

Tony Carter was driving a Dodge cargo van on June 6, holding 14 show dogs from Washington that he was taking to Vallejo for a competition. Carter, who also served as the dogs’ trainer, had the canines crated in the van for the trip.

When Carter took a short break to grab food from an In-n-Out off of a freeway exit in Redding, he left the vehicle on so that he could continue to keep the inside cool with the air conditioning. He left the van unlocked and ran inside for his lunch and when he exited the restaurant about four minutes later, he found that the van holding the dogs was no longer where he left it.

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