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Man Arrested for Dog Harassment

An 18-year-old man looked like he wanted to get into a dogfight, literally.

Reports say that as an Alachua Police Department officer drove by 13710 NW 158th Ave, Jaquil Chamara Williams came out of the house, ran to the car and yelled at the police K-9 at the back of the car.

Williams was raising his hands and arms and was shouting at the top of his lungs.

The dog struck the cage but was…

Two Teens Use iPhone App to Mimic Police Lights

Two Florida teenagers were arrested for using an iPhone app to imitate police lights and pull over car drivers in a nearby mall.

An officer patrolling the parking lot of a mall in Naples spotted an unmarked tan Ford Ranger pickup flashing red and blue lights while driving behind another car.

The cop stopped the driver, Ryan McMahon Schulze, 19, and his passenger, Matthew Levi Davis, 18, who…

Woman Charged with Assault for Throwing Used Tampon at Officers

A belligerent and intoxicated woman was arrested for fighting with a bar patron and security guard at Oleander Saloon in Old Town, Minnesota.

Cheryel Mack, 21, of Golden Valley was resisting arrest and was out of control when police arrived at the scene. When she was brought to Blue Earth County Jail where she was strip-searched, Mack grew even more agitated and uncooperative.

Reports say…

Thief Steals Doughnut Truck and Leads Cops on Chase

A Georgia man stole a Krispy Kreme donut truck and led police on a high-speed chase.

James Freddy Major, 45, swiped a Krispy Kreme truck from a gas station as the driver was making a delivery.

Major, who appeared to be under the influence, then lead the cops on a chase. He ran several red lights, left the road several times, and ended in a cul-de-sac. The donut truck hit a mailbox and Major…

Boy, 10, Charged After Showing Toy Gun on Bus

A 10-year-old boy was charged with brandishing a weapon after showing a toy gun on a school bus.

Police in Virginia said the boy was riding home from school when he flashed to fellow students the toy gun, “without indicating it was fake,” and students did not know whether it was real.

One girl on the bus alerted her parents, who informed the school.

Police approached the boy at schoo…