Articles Tagged with violence

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A University of Miami professor who helped to author a book about organized crime has been accused of laundering money through Venezuela.

73-year-old Bruce Bagley is a University of Miami professor and collaborator on the book “Drug Trafficking, Organized Crime and Violence in the Americas Today,” released in 2015. He reportedly has an extensive and impressive resume revolving around the topics discussed in the book.

After investigating 17 alleged bank deposits made between 2017 and 2019, the authorities have accused Bagley of starting fake businesses so that he would have accounts in which to store money he was allegedly pilfering from deals he made in Venezuela. According to the indictment, the accounts appeared to be closed after not filing the required annual reports.

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A mother from Mission Viejo is facing legal consequences after she reportedly went in a middle school classroom with a stack of handmade “Free A$$ Kicking” coupons after she became upset by bullies harassing her daughter.

33-year-old Christian Tinsley is the mother of a 13-year-old girl who attends Niguel Hills Middle School in Laguna Niguel.

Tinsley’s daughter had been telling her that she was being tormented at school, on her way to and from the campus and on the internet, and predominantly from boys who attend class with her. The mockery was said to often be aimed at the young black girl’s ethnicity.

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A woman who was seen riding a bicycle down the highway while topless has been accused of stealing from a clothing store near the location that she was apprehended.

On September 19, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a possible theft that had taken place at the Surfside Outfitters clothing and souvenir store in Ft. Walton Beach.

An employee said that a woman had come into the establishment and put on a pair of flip flop sandals that were on display for $19.99. She then allegedly took another piece of merchandise and put it inside of the bag she was carrying before she left the store without paying for the items. It was reported that the alleged thief had been using a bicycle as her mode of transportation.

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A Florida man who was in the midst of being detained for alleged assault trapped himself inside his residence for several hours when police tried to arrest him, but he reportedly became cooperative when they offered him a piece of pizza.

On the morning of February 26, the grandmother of Evan Charles McLemore called the authorities reporting that he had assaulted her and then locked himself in his room claiming he had a gun to his head.

Officers that specialize in crisis negotiation arrived at the home and McLemore allegedly kept them at bay while he remained secured inside the residence for a total of four hours.

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While being apprehended for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol the suspect being detained reportedly made several comments that were racist in content to the arresting African-American deputy.

Just prior to midnight on February 7, the authorities received a report regarding a Lexus that was being operated in an unsafe manner.

When deputies dispatched to the area they found that the driver of a vehicle matching the description they were given, 53-year-old Julie Edwards from Deland, Florida, was displaying signs of drunkenness while they were interacting with her.

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When police responded to a call about a man who was allegedly causing problems inside of an establishment due to the belief that he was drunk they reported that he claimed to try to share knowledge of how the universe works, and upon his arrest, he was accused of possessing drugs.

The owner of Crawdaddy’s N’awlins Grill & Raw Bar had placed a call to the authorities when he felt that one of the men inside of the establishment was drunken and behaving in a disorderly manner. The proprietor said that he asked the person to exit the bar but he would not comply.

Just after 1:00 pm, a sheriff’s deputy arrived at the bar and the owner alleged that the offender was 42-year-old James Sutton.

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When a man who was reportedly driving while intoxicated and experiencing road rage pursued the person he was upset with until the man stopped his vehicle, the angry driver allegedly physically assaulted him.

Kyle Madison Wall was traveling in his vehicle on Saturday morning when he allegedly became frustrated with another driver.

Wall reportedly began to tail the man, who was on his way to work, and continued to do so until they reached the destination.

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When looking into a claim about a reported threat of violence, the authorities came upon a rather large cache of weapons along with controversial memorabilia inside of a man’s residence.

Huntington Beach resident Mitchell Todd has a home-based business raising doves and releasing them at events.

Todd worked for a man who wanted doves released at his son’s funeral, and it reportedly led to a disagreement between himself and the client regarding payment for his work.

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A man was riding a bicycle through the streets of Jensen Beach near midnight when local deputies in the area noticed that the bike was lacking lights, making him less visible to drivers on the road.

When the deputies stopped the man regarding his absence of front and rear lights, they reported that he did not want to cooperate and he would not disclose his name to them. The man then allegedly tried to continue on his way but the deputies prevented him from leaving the vicinity.

The man, identified as 22-year-old Jabari Schweitzer, was reportedly carrying a bag and during a search of the contents, a deputy discovered a baggie inside containing just under two-and-a-half ounces of what they suspected was drugs.

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During their dinner visit to a steakhouse a couple was approached by a male patron of the establishment who allegedly had consumed too much alcohol and started stripping and dancing in front of them.

Jami and Christopher Carpenter were having dinner at the Kobe Japanese Steakhouse in Clearwater, Florida, when a man who had reportedly drank quite a bit that evening had the urge to give them an unsolicited table-side strip show.

The man accused of the act, 24-year-old James Dylan Jordan from Dunedin, allegedly began taking his clothes off while dancing close to Jami Carpenter in an erotic fashion. Jami was reported as becoming uncomfortable with his behavior so she requested Jordan leave the restaurant, but he allegedly became angry instead.

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