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“A New York man coughed on FBI agents and claimed he has the coronavirus on Monday as they arrested him for allegedly lying about the sale of $12,000 worth of medical supplies. Authorities say Baruch Feldheim, 43, of Brooklyn allegedly sold much-needed supplies such as N95 respirators and other personal protective equipment to a New Jersey doctor at 700% markup of their original price. When federal agents confronted him Monday at his home, he lied and said that he worked for a company that bought and sold PPE, according to the U.S. Attorney District of New Jersey’s Office. Prosecutors say Feldheim also falsely said that he didn’t possess large quantities of PPE and that he never sold them directly to individuals. The arrest comes just a few days after NBC New York reported that a desperate New Jersey primary care physician had turned to the black market to get medical supplies he needed in order to protect healthcare workers who are treating COVID-19 patients from the virus. The current shortage of supplies triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic had forced Dr. Alexander Salerno and a growing number of hospitals and other care facilities to turn to untraditional suppliers.” – CNN

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1) possession of a controlled substance
2) 2 counts of burglary, 2 counts of criminal damage to property
3) domestic abuse battery
4) DWI
5) possession of false identification
6) residential burglary
7) resisting arrest without violence
8) Parole Violation
9) drug trafficking
10) possession of a firearm

New Mexico high school wrestler Canaan Bower is making headlines this week after helping to stop an alleged kidnapping and assault in Lac Cruces, NM. 22-year-old Daniel Arroyo Beltran of Phoenix, Arizona, was arrested after witnesses said he tried to kidnap three children at Chucky’s Gas Station in Doña Ana. Beltran is also assaulted by several patrons and employees who tried to intervene. The apparently random attack didn’t stop until Bower entered the affray and was able to control Beltran within seconds.

WARNING – amazon delivery person spread spit willingly on our package today! Please share!!!!!! I am trying to contact amazon ASAP so please tag amazon if you share this!! I received the box and saw a big wet spot and then checked the camera! Via @mpium March 27, 2020

Amazon has been making moves in the current pandemic, as many have been flocking to the service to order products needed for their home to avoid going outside. However, video footage that surfaced shows people may still be at risk for contracting coronavirus, as an Amazon delivery driver was seen smearing their saliva on to a customer’s package.

The incident reportedly took place in the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles, and shows a delivery man putting his saliva on to a package, then taking a photo of a package as if nothing happened. The situation was captured by a Ring security system, and a neighbor of the resident contacted Amazon about the incident.

Amazons Statement: “This is clearly not representative of drivers who deliver for Amazon and the care they take for customers around the world every day,” an Amazon spokesperson told Business Insider in a statement. “We are aggressively investigating to understand what may have occurred in this situation. If it truly was a malicious act by the driver, we will be sure he is held accountable, up through and including law enforcement action.”

Daniel Villegas, now 41, returns to a courtroom for the third time to face murder charges. Some background on his case: the charges Villegas is facing date back to 1993, when Armando “Mando” Lazo and Bobby England were gunned down in El Paso, Texas. Villegas was 16 years old at the time. He then confessed to those shootings, but later claimed he was coerced by an El Paso police officer into a confession. Villegas had a mistrial in 1994 due to a hung jury, then a conviction in his second trial in 1995

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Officers arrest a man after surveying video footage in which he accidentally drops a baggie of drugs in the courtroom. Security Cameras in the courtroom proved the man’s innocence as police were preparing to arrest him for having a controlled substance inside the court.

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1) resisting officer without violence
2) battery by strangulation
3) possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia
4) possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to appear
5) failure to appear
6) possession of a controlled substance
7) misrepresentation of age
8) battery causing bodily harm
9) failure to appear
10) possession of a fake or stolen ID and DUI

A New Jersey man George Falcone, 50, from Freehold, N.J. who allegedly coughed on a Wegmans employee and said he had coronavirus was charged Tuesday with a terroristic threat, among other charges, officials said.

Falcone was charged with terroristic threats, obstructing the administration of law or other governmental function and harassment after the incident occurred Sunday, New Jersey Attorney General said in a statement.

The Wegmans employee reportedly asked Falcone to step back after he was “standing too close to her” and an open display of prepared food.

Falcone allegedly leaned forward within three feet of her and purposefully coughed, while laughing and saying he was infected with the virus.

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A 26-year-old man Cody Pfister of Warrenton, Missouri, who filmed himself licking toiletries in Walmart while taunting, ‘who’s scared of coronavirus,’ has been arrested and charged with making a terrorist threat.

Pfister uploaded the video to Snapchat on March 11 and was charged on Tuesday with ‘knowingly causing a false belief or fear that a condition involving danger to life existed.’

Warrenton police said they had received complaints from around the world including the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands and said it takes these concerns ‘extremely seriously.’

Pfister, who has previous convictions for burglary and theft, is the latest to get into trouble with the law in a worrying trend seeing younger generations mocking the deadly virus on social media.

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1) public nudity and resisting arrest
2) Second-degree murder
3) possession of a controlled substance
4) DWI, BAC three times the legal limit
5) receiving of stolen property
6) reckless driving
7) charges unknown…what she do
8) violation of protective order
9) DUI and minor in possession of alcohol
10) assault

A 30-year-old woman was arrested Monday on suspicion of murder after police were informed by the medical examiner that her husband died as a result of blunt force trauma.

According to arresting documents, officers with Unified Police responded on an unconscious male near 4800 S Townsend way in Kearns on March 11.

After police and Unified Fire arrived, they found Carlos Vizcarra-Corona, 33, deceased.

Investigators said his wife, Veronica Vizcarra, told them her husband had a serious alcohol problem and takes too much Tylenol. Corona had been in the hospital for the alcohol abuse about 4 months ago, documents state.

Officers noticed Corona had healing bruises found on his chest, back and face and his wife told them he had been in a fight at work about 2 weeks ago but Corona’s sister said she had a dispute with Veronica Vizcarra on scene and that her brother had not been in a fight at work, according to documents.

The Medical Examiner told investigators that Corona did have some serious medical issues due to alcohol use, however, his cause of death was blunt force trauma with a ruptured spleen and would be ruled a homicide, documents state.

The M.E. said the injury was in a stage of healing but was unable to heal due to the extensive damage.

Detectives continued their investigation and talked to several known witnesses who had spoken to Corona between February 27 and March 11. All of the witnesses said Corona had told them his wife had beaten him with a staple or nail gun on February 27.

Some of the witnessed were able to provided photos of the man’s injuries that were consistent with the healing injuries located on his body the day he died.

Two of the known witnesses who work with Corona said he did not get into a fight with any co-workers as his wife had told police, documents state.

The New York Police Department released surveillance video on Thursday showing four suspects – two of them wearing surgical masks – walking down a hallway at Hotel Ninety Five in Queens.

For our amusement Gravity got the best of one of the would-be robbers fleeing the scene of a crime, but he did not let a two-story fall hinder his escape.

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A couple desperate for their Mountain Dew fix ranted at workers who refused to let them stockpile 552 cans of the soft drink. The couple visited the Louisville, Kentucky, Kroger supermarket this week and flew into a rage when workers informed them that they were not allowed to stockpile so much. They were filmed complaining to an employee that they were purposely misinformed about being allowed to return and complete their purchase of 23 cases – a whopping total 552 cans.

When a police officer in Staten Island was caught by his own body camera in the apparent act of planting marijuana in the car of a group of young men, the video evidence against him was strong enough to prompt prosecutors in the resulting case to throw out the marijuana charge in the middle of a pretrial hearing. A judge cut short his testimony, and prosecutors recommended he get a lawyer. But an internal review by the New York Police Department found that no misconduct had occurred.

Now a new video — published exclusively by The Intercept — shows the same officer again seemingly planting marijuana during a different traffic stop just a few weeks after the first. On both occasions, two officers — Kyle Erickson and Elmer Pastran, of the 120th Precinct — stopped cars for minor traffic infractions, then claimed the vehicles smelled like marijuana. In both instances, body camera footage shows the officers extensively searching the cars for several minutes and finding nothing. In the first incident, in February 2018, Erickson’s body camera is then suddenly switched off and then back on just as he discovers a marijuana cigarette that did not appear to be there when his partner was first searching the car.

The new video raises questions about the credibility of internal review processes and highlights the lack of transparency in cases of police misconduct. The video, which didn’t emerge for nearly two years, also underscores the limited information available not just to the public but also defendants, and validates criticism by police accountability advocates that body cameras are of no use if the evidence they capture remains inaccessible.

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In an undercover video obtained by NTD and released for the first time at a recent policy forum on Capitol Hill, a Chinese liver transplant doctor can be seen boasting that he and his team can find the highest quality livers for transplant.

“You can see that the quality of this liver is very good. Look at this liver. This is the best liver ever,” the doctor said.

This video is the latest piece of evidence that supports the 14-year-old horrifying allegation that prisoners of conscience are killed for their organs in China.

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1) possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance
2) boating under the influence
3) REQUEST TO APPREHEND THEFT
4) providing false ID to a police officer, possession of alcohol under 21
5) DUI
6) possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
7) promoting prison contraband in the second degree
8) Assault
9) DUI
10) interfering with public duties
11) out of county warrant
12) theft between $50 and $500

Video shows a Jefferson Parish Police officer in Louisiana seemingly planting drugs on a handcuffed man!

One officer appears to be searching the ground for something while also holding a small bag in his hand that he seemingly drops in front of the handcuffed man. The man on the ground screamed out, “What is that? You just put that on the ground! That ain’t mine.” The woman recording the video backed the man up and let the officer know that she was recording. The officer then looks up at the woman and appears to walk toward her before the video cuts off. Jefferson Parish Police Department has yet to respond to the video.

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A Social Media ‘Influencer’ and total moron named Ava Louise filmed herself licking a plane seat toilet, starting a bizarre “coronavirus challenge.”

Louise said she licked the toilet seat because she was “tired of some b—- named corona getting more publicity than ME.” She added that “hot blondes” can recover from anything so there’s “no harm done.”

Full Story HERE

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A passenger slapped a female flight attendant around the face AFTER she hit him while he was screaming and spitting in her face.

A two-minute video, posted online, begins with the furious passenger aboard the Brussels Airline flight yelling at a male flight attendant who is trying to restrain him.

‘You don’t put your hands on me!’ he shouted. ‘Calm down!’ the male flight attendant said repeatedly in response.

According to unconfirmed reports online, the altercation was triggered when the passenger wanted to report that his mother was being assaulted by the person seated next to her.

FULL STORY HERE