Crime

Police respond to burglary and find perpetrators are actually a dozen raccoons

These burglars were animals, literally. A suspected burglary in California turned out to be a group of overzealous raccoons. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Police break up 400-person mansion party that violated COVID-19 orders

Police broke up a mansion party in New York with hundreds of guests over the weekend. Officials called the gathering an “egregious” violation of the state’s COVID-19 rules.
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American tourist returns stolen ancient Roman artifact in the mail with note: ‘Please forgive me”

An American tourist returned a stolen ancient artifact in the mail to the National Roman Museum. The tourist from Atlanta sent the package containing a small piece of marble that was said to have been taken from ancient Roman ruins.
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PHOTOS: Illegal club with nearly 400 people busted for violating COVID orders

An illegal bottle club with nearly 400 people was shut down in New York for violating the state’s emergency COVID orders, authorities said. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Police respond to dispute over hot sauce packets at Taco Bell drive-thru

Police in Idaho were called to a Taco Bell recently to settle a dispute over hot sauce packets. A customer refused to leave the drive-thru window after their request for extra hot sauce was denied.
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Man who crashed car into grocery store arrested after running naked in retirement home: Police

Police arrested a man accused of driving his car through a grocery store and running naked through a retirement home. Police made the arrest outside the home. Read the full story.
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Lori Loughlin's husband Mossimo Giannulli begins 5-month prison sentence in college admissions scandal

Mossimo Giannulli reported to a federal prison in Lompoc Thursday for five months. He is in custody at a federal prison in Lompoc near Santa Barbara, California, a Bureau of Prisons spokesperson said in an Associated Press story.
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WATCH: Man shoots flamethrower from top of bus

The MTA on Tuesday slammed a viral video showing a man with a flamethrower on top of a New York city bus, torching the air as a group of onlookers cheer him on.
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Porch pirate appears in court wearing same shirt as when he stole packages

Well, as the Goose Creek Police Department wrote on Facebook, “sometimes people actually do make our job easy.” Court cameras show that the man was wearing the exact same shirt to court as he was when he stole the packages off the porches.
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Man uses face mask to pick the lock of his handcuffs and escape police custody

34-year-old Joseph McLeod of Midvale, Utah allegedly called a couple of police departments in Oklahoma, threatening to kill their officers. The Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake did not take too kindly to these threats.
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