Articles Tagged with warrant

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A man who was wanted on a warrant for public masturbation was apprehended when he was seen in the parking lot of a Pasco County Target store.

In Wesley Chapel on Thursday, employees of a Target reported a vehicle in their parking lot being driven by a man they believed resembled someone recently known for publicly exposing himself in store parking lots in the area.

The man, identified as 69-year-old Robert Digiacomo, had an active warrant for his arrest filed by the state district attorney when he didn’t show up for a mid-September court appearance. The case that the warrant was issued for is regarding a prior incident that reportedly happened in March for suspicion of exposure of sexual organs, in which it has been asserted that Digiacomo made a habit of touching himself in parking lots in the view of the public after more than one person complained that they had seen him in action.

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The long-term meteorologist at an Ohio CBS news station has been accused of possessing child pornography that he has allegedly been collecting for several years.

60-year-old Mike Davis, the Chief Meteorologist with WBNS-TV, has been employed with the news channel for just over 30 years.

A couple of weeks ago, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF) was given information regarding pornography depicting youngsters that Davis allegedly had in his possession.

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On September 2, a man reportedly illegally entered the home of his ex-girlfriend in the middle of the night and allegedly proceeded to threaten her life before he sliced her face with a knife.

44-year-old Alexander Chicas and his girlfriend of several years recently reportedly ended their long-term relationship when the woman claimed that Chicas had gotten physically violent with her and she decided to leave him.

Just before 2:00 am on Monday, the woman was inside her home with the window open when Chicas was suspected of tearing the screen off and climbing into her bedroom.

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Allegedly claiming that it was herself, a Sunset, Utah, woman has been accused of providing the identity and birth date of her daughter to the authorities during a traffic stop.

On Saturday, an officer on patrol noticed a BMW without a license plate driving down the road.

When he pulled the driver over and asked for identification, she reportedly said that she didn’t have her license with her at the moment and that the car was uninsured.

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When a Tampa woman went to the police station to turn herself in for an active warrant, she was allegedly found with many pills stuffed in the lining of her hairpiece before she was taken into the jail.

31-year-old Arayia Hudson learned that she had a warrant out for her arrest due to an alleged violation of the terms of her probation.

On July 31, Hudson went to the Pasco County jail outside of Tampa to turn herself in. When the woman arrived she was taken into the area of the facility where body searches are performed before an inmate is incarcerated.

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The driver of a commercial truck traveling through Moorpark was pulled over for suspicion of having manufactured license plates leading to his arrest for several infractions.

On May 28, a motorcycle officer reportedly saw a semi-truck displaying a license plate that appeared to be bogus.

The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and spoke with the driver about the plate with the counterfeit characteristics, which had the word “Califas” in the spot designated for the state name. The photo provided by the Sheriff’s Office shows an unevenly shaped black rectangle with raised yellow lettering that was lined up in an irregular fashion.

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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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A woman who is suspected of disorderly conduct for allegedly becoming intoxicated and snagging a live lobster on her way out the door of a restaurant is being pursued by the authorities after she reportedly failed to appear for a scheduled hearing regarding the allegations.

Last November, 42-year-old Kimberly Gabel was at a local Red Lobster restaurant early in the afternoon when she allegedly became rather drunk and was reportedly annoying the other patrons.

When the manager told Gabel that she would have to leave she allegedly began yelling at him and using obscene language before heading toward the door. Just as she was about to make her departure from the building Gabel allegedly stuck her hand inside of one of the live lobster tanks, snatched one of the shelled critters, and exiting the establishment with it.

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At the beginning of February, a man who bears the same name as a popular classic Fats Domino song was accused by the authorities of allegedly carrying methamphetamine inside his vehicle.

On February 3, a Cullman, Alabama, a man was reportedly driving in Fayette when he was pulled over by a deputy who was performing a traffic stop.

When the deputy confronted the driver of the vehicle, he identified him as 19-year-old Blue Berry Hill. During the interaction the deputy allegedly found meth and paraphernalia on Hill, giving him probable cause to obtain a warrant for his arrest.

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A man who is suspected of trying to get young girls to enter his vehicle was taken into custody after forcing the authorities to pursue him.

Around 4:00 pm on Friday, Garden Grove police were responding to reports of a man who was allegedly trying to convince young women that they should get into his vehicle.

When the officers came upon the vehicle that was described and tried to pull the driver over he reportedly did not stop for them, though he was reported as obeying the traffic lights during the chase.