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1) liquor possession by person under 21
2) driving while license suspended
3) DWI and driving with open container of alcohol
4) theft
5) marijuana possession over 20 grams
6) obtaining property by false pretense
7) DUI
8) DUI
9) possession of marijuana and shoplifting
10) DUI
11) DUI
12) Charges Unknown
13) assault causing bodily injury and domestic violence

Disturbing security footage shows inmates of a Los Angeles prison deliberately infecting themselves and each other with coronavirus in the hopes of being let out of jail: “A group of California prison inmates deliberately infected each other with coronavirus in a failed bid to get out of jail early. A sudden spike COVID-19 cases were reported at the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic back in mid-April seemingly without explanation. LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced Monday that 21 inmates at the jail successfully infected each other with the virus by passing around a hot water bottle and by breathing into the same face mask. Shocking surveillance footage shot on April 26 inside the day room of the jail shows the men passing around a hot water bottle and taking sips before passing it along to the next inmate. “.

DUI
Charges Unknown
DUI
DUI
possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony
sexual activity with an inmate, possession of a controlled substance
Theft
municipal ordinance, disorderly intoxication, and disturbing the peace
uttering counterfeit currency, knowingly concealing stolen property,
aggravated DWI and possession
DUI

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Arrest footage of Gregory McMichael & his son Travis McMichael getting arrest for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. They were both charged with murder and aggravated assault and booked into the Glynn County jail. The shooting death of Arbery, 25, has been passed through three district attorneys in the two and a half months since the man was shot and killed while jogging through a Glynn County neighborhood the afternoon of Feb. 23. R.I.P. Ahmaud Arbery.

NFL star Earl Thomas was held at gunpoint by his wife Nina Thomas after she found him naked in bed with several other women, TMZ is reporting.

This allegedly occurred on April 13, when the Baltimore Ravens safety, 31, was confronted by his spouse at an Airbnb rental in Austin, Texas.

An enraged Nina allegedly pointed a 9mm Berreta at Earl’s head, before he managed to wrestle the weapon away from her.

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Canada police drew their guns on a female worker, 19, dressed as a stormtrooper at a Star Wars-themed restaurant thinking her blaster was a real weapon on Monday. On May 4, also known as Star Wars Day, employees at Coco Vanilla Galatic Cantina in Lethbridge, Canada celebrated the special occasion by having the female employee dress up in a costume from the film and greet customers outside. However, a passerby called in to police to report a person in the Star Wars costume wielding a gun. An internal investigation is taking place to determine if officers acted within the scope of their training.

A well-respected University of Pittsburgh Medical Center researcher was said to have been on the verge of ‘very significant findings’ related to the coronavirus when police say he was killed in an apparent murder-suicide.

Dr Bing Liu, 37, was alone at his home in the 200 block of Elm Court in Ross Township on Saturday afternoon when another man – identified as 46-year-old Hao Gu – allegedly entered the residence through an unlocked door and opened fire.

Liu was struck by bullets in the head, neck and torso, and died of his injuries.

His wife was not home at the time of the homicide, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. The couple do not have children.

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A Florida man from St. Petersburg Hein C. Le, 46, has been arrested on charges of Grand theft Auto and title fraud when he borrowed a $60,000 Jaguar from a friend, then pawned the car and avoided his friend for a year.

Le stole the vehicle in November of 2018 from a longtime friend of 20yrs. He went to the DMV with a forged power of attorney document and obtained title of the car, reports state.

A Florida mother Noelle Leigh Rascatti, 32, has been detained in connection to a salacious video call using multiplesex toys with her inmate boyfriend while her young child was in the room.

Rascatt was charged with lewd and lascivious behavior while in the presence of a minor and booked at the Lake County Jail on April 22.

She has since been released after paying a $2,000 bond, according to jail records.