• Texas Representative Dawnna Dukes should have known better! She is facing corruption charges after she allegedly gave a taxpayer-funded raise to a legislative aide to cover gas money for bringing her daughter back and forth from school. Sure that's dumb, but the really stupid thing? Records show she spent $51-thousand of her own money on an online psychic. Dukes also allegedly showed up for work at the Capitol impaired by medication and hid a cellphone from investigators.
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  • Being a pediatric nurse probably requires that you actually like taking care of babies. A pair of naval nurses who previously worked at a Florida hospital have been fired after pictures and videos surfaced of them flipping of newborns and holding them up and making them dance to hip hop. Oh, and Allyson Thompson also referred to the babies as "mini Satans." She and Joanie Barrett are both looking for work...and I hope not with newborns!
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  • Sean Haller likes to have company when he boozes it up. So instead of calling up some friends he decided it would be a good idea to take two 12-packs of beer and break into a woman's Stewartsville, Pennsylvania home. In fact, that was the second time 39-year-old Haller decided to break into a woman's home to drink with strangers. During his second very unwelcomed house visit, he refused to leave so police were called.
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  • A woman was trying to enjoy her meal at a Waffle House in Destin, Florida and just minding her own business when a 28-year-old man walked up, snatched the bacon off her plate and ate it in front of her. She was understandably upset and the victim told the unnamed man he needed to replace the bacon. Instead, he became belligerent and tried to fight customers who tried to step in. Police were called and the man was charged with disorderly intoxication.
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  • While out on patrol Police found Sean Harris parked on the side of the road standing next to his car, which had ran out of fuel. As it turns out, the South Bend, Indiana man was not only drunk, but he had also just left the scene of a robbery where he had held up a gas station at gunpoint. Harris made off with food, drinks and cigarettes but unfortunately for him, he didn't steal any gas. Harris is now facing a felony robbery charge.
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  • Authorities in Edmond, Oklahoma are on the hunt for a man who stole a painting worth several thousand dollars and a box of steaks off a porch. Another question is why would you get both of those things delivered to their house? “Both sound silly, in hindsight, but it’s more the principle that somebody is out here and brazen enough to go up to somebody’s house in broad daylight," homeowner Kim Garrett. "This is our home, this is where our children are growing up.” Authorities are following up on the multiple leads they've gotten thanks to Garrett's security camera. So far, no arrests have been made.
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  • Kyle Johnson isn't exactly the smartest guy AND could have gotten some people seriously hurt. The 22-year-old removed the bolts and threw the railroad crossing arm into a ditch after he claimed it stop working. You know, instead of calling someone to get it fixed. He was taken to his local Tipton, Indiana police station and charged with a preliminary charge of railroad mischief, which, if you can believe it, is a felony.
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  • If you decide to steal vehicles just remember this...An ambulance does NOT blend in AND people immediately want it bacK! A woman in Las Vegas didn't think that through and stole the rig, which was outside a pharmacy. The unidentified woman led the cops on a 50-mile chase that reached California. All in all, it took Nevada Highway Patrol troopers, a police helicopter, and California troopers helped stop the woman. It's unclear why she decided to do some grand theft auto or what charges she faces.
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