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« Reply #405 on: March 29, 2020, 10:50:23 am »
Sunday, 29th March 2o2o
Pennsylvania coughing 'prank' suspect arrested & charged after $35k in groceries thrown away
by David Aaro





Authorities in Pennsylvania have identified the suspect accused of coughing on an estimated $35,000 worth of grocery store products in what they say was a "twisted prank" amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Margaret Cirko, 35, was arrested and charged with terrorist threats Thursday, one day after she allegedly entered Gerrity's Supermarket in Hanover Township, made verbal threats that she was sick, and intentionally coughed and spat on fresh produce and other items, according to the Hanover Township Police Department.

Cirko, known for past problems in the community, continued the behavior in several aisles, police said, adding that she tried to steal a 12 pack of beer before being ordered to leave the store.

"I am also absolutely sick to my stomach about the loss of food," Joe Fasula, the store's co-owner, wrote in a Fakebook post on Wednesday.

"While it is always a shame when food is wasted, in these times when so many people are worried about the security of our food supply, it is even more disturbing."

Fasula said Cirko coughed on the store's fresh produce as well as portions of its bakery, meat case, and grocery shelves in what he called "a twisted prank."

Cirko wasn't believed to be infected with Covid-19, but the store said it had no choice but to throw away "well over" $35,000 in product.

"Today was a very challenging day," Fasula said.

"While there is little doubt this woman was doing it as a very twisted prank, we will not take any chances with the health and well-being of our customers."

After the incident, Fasula said, the store worked with Hanover's health inspector to identify every area the suspect was in.

The co-owner added they disposed of the products and then "thoroughly" cleaned and disinfected the store.

He said the "only silver lining to this travesty" was that the incident allowed the store to test its safety protocols.

More than 15 employees were involved in disposal and clean-up efforts, he added.

After the incident, Hanover police said in a news release that Cirko was undergoing a mental health evaluation at a local hospital.

Police added they were working on getting her tested for COVID-19.

She was eventually arrested and charged with two felony counts of terrorist threats, one felony count of threats to use a "biological agent" and one felony count of criminal mischief.

She also faces misdemeanor counts of criminal attempt to commit retail theft and disorderly conduct, police said.

Cirko was arraigned Thursday with her bail set at $50,000.

She was being held at Luzerne County Prison and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 8th, police said.

Fasula later posted an update on Fakebook describing the incident as "an eventful two days for our family business."

He said the produce department was fully restocked by 2 p.m. Thursday.

The co-owner added he was humbled by the outpouring of support from the community and shared a list of critical guidelines for customers visiting "any grocery store."

He labeled rule No. 8, "Don't cough on anything."

















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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #406 on: March 29, 2020, 05:15:55 pm »
Sunday, 29th March 2o2o
White man arrested for breaching social distancing policies by hosting bonfire for 60 people
by Madison Dibble




Police in Maryland arrested a man for hosting a bonfire with 60 other people after the state issued a policy restricting large social gatherings.

Shawn Marshall Myers, a 41-year-old from Hughesville, Maryland, was arrested on Friday night after police found him with nearly 60 others attending a bonfire.

Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan had issued a ban on gatherings of more than 10 people to combat the spread of Covid-19 throughout the state.

According to police, this was the second time Meyers hosted a large party since Hogan's ban went into effect.

He had also had the police called to his home while he was hosting a party last Saturday.
 
When he was confronted about his party last week, Meyers agreed to clear the gathering after police requested he do so.

On Friday, however, he refused to follow the police's orders to disperse the party and was arrested.

He has since been charged with failure to comply with an emergency order.

Charles County, where Meyers's home is located, has 21 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus.

As of Sunday, Maryland had 1,239 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 10 related deaths.















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« Reply #407 on: March 29, 2020, 05:51:05 pm »
Sunday, 29th March 2o2o
2 white inmates walk away from Northern California prison camp
by Associated Press




(REDWAY, California) — Authorities are searching for two minimum-security inmates who walked away from a prison camp in Northern California on Friday night.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation had not reported finding Derek Barnett, 29, or Noah Wilson, 28, by Sunday morning.

The two were discovered missing Friday at 9:45 p.m. during an inmate count at the Eel River Conservation Camp in Humboldt County, the corrections department said in a news release.

The camp, where Barnett was a porter and Wilson a cook, houses about 120 minimum-security prisoners and focuses on inmate fire crew preparation.

Barnett was convicted of possession of a firearm and vehicle theft, officials said.

He was supposed to be paroled in December.

Wilson is incarcerated for possession of a controlled substance for sale.

He was scheduled for parole in April 2021.

Both men were last seen wearing gray sweatshirts, gray sweatpants and white sneakers.


















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« Reply #408 on: March 30, 2020, 03:43:08 pm »
Monday, 30th March 2o2o
Florida white man spraying bottle of COVID-19 on business doors
by WESH (an NBC News Affiliate)






A man in North Florida was arrested after he allegedly sprayed a bottle containing what he said was COVID-19 on the doors of a local business, officials said.

On Sunday, March 29th, shortly before 12 p.m., officers were dispatched to a business following a reported intentional COVID-19 contamination incident, according to officials with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Witnesses said the suspect, David White, approached the Jacksonville-area business with a container labeled COVID-19.

As he entered, he allegedly sprayed the unknown substance on and around the entrance doors of the business.

White reportedly made statements to the employees and patrons in the area that they were now infected with COVID-19.
 
White was arrested under the provisions of F.S.S. 790.166(3); Manufacture, possession, sale, delivery, display, use, or attempted or threatened use of a weapon of mass destruction or hoax weapon of mass destruction, officials said.

Following the incident, officials said the business took proper precautionary measures as the affected area was cleaned and sanitized.
















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« Reply #409 on: March 30, 2020, 08:20:44 pm »
Monday, 30th March 2o2o
Florida Megachurch Pastor Arrested After Defying Order Not To Hold Gatherings
by Tom Gjelton





A Florida pastor learned Monday that his defiance of a county ban on gatherings of more than ten people was not something the local sheriff was willing to tolerate.

Rodney Howard-Browne, co-founder and pastor of the River at Tampa Bay Church, held worship as usual on Sunday, even encouraging his members to attend.

By the next morning, a warrant had been issued for his arrest, and a few hours later he was taken into custody.

"Our goal is not to stop anyone from worshiping, but the safety and well-being of our community must always come first," said Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister, explaining his decision to issue an arrest warrant for Howard-Browne.

"His reckless disregard for human life put hundreds of people in his congregation at risk and thousands of residents who may interact with them this week in danger," Chronister said.

Howard-Browne subsequently turned himself and was put in jail.

About 40 minutes later, he was released on bail.

The pastor had repeatedly questioned the seriousness of the Covid-19 threat and made clear he had no intention of suspending services at his church, which is said to have 4000 members.

Even after the sheriff's office warned him that religious worship did not qualify as an "essential" service, and that holding services could subject him to arrest, Howard-Browne encouraged members to attend and offered to provide bus transportation.

"I know that they're trying to beat me up," Howard-Browne told the several hundred worshipers who attended his church on Sunday,

"but we are not a non-essential service."

The order against worship services violated "not only the right of free speech but the right to peaceful assembly and to practice what we believe," Howard-Browne claimed.

State Attorney Andrew Warren said it was "unfortunate" that Howard-Browne was claiming a First Amendment right to proceed with the worship service.

"I'd remind the good pastor of Mark 12:31, which said there's no more important commandment than to love they neighbor as thyself," Warren said.

"Loving your neighbors is protecting them, not jeopardizing their health as exposing them to this deadly virus."























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« Reply #410 on: March 31, 2020, 07:17:06 am »
Tuesday, 31st March 2o2o
Russian charged in Pittsburgh with laundering money for international cyber criminals
by Torsten Ove




A Russian national described by the FBI as a "significant cybercriminal" has been charged in Pittsburgh with laundering money for other cybercriminals, joining five Latvians indicted here in January on similar charges.

An FBI complaint was unsealed Monday against Maksim Boiko, 29, known as "gangass" in the cyberworld, after agents arrested him at a Miami condo on Saturday.


Mr. Boiko had entered the U.S. in January with his wife at Miami carrying $20,000 in cash, the FBI said.

He told customs agents that the money was from investments in Bitcoin and rental properties in Russia.

But the FBI said that Mr. Boiko, whose Instagram account showed him flashing bundles of cash, is really a money launderer for other cyber criminals who provides access to bank accounts for receiving stolen money from victims and for converting the money into crypocurrency.

Agents said Mr. Boiko conspired with members of an international organized crime group called QQAAZZ that provides money-laundering services around the globe.

The network has been under investigation by the Pittsburgh FBI, and in January a grand jury in Pittsburgh handed up an indictment against five Latvians on conspiracy charges related to the scheme.

Prosecutors said the Latvians opened accounts at banks around the world to receive money for a fee from cybercriminals who stole it from victim accounts, including those held at PNC Bank in Pittsburgh and First National Bank in Pittsburgh.

The FBI said cyber thieves with access to a victim's bank account would typically contact QQAAZZ, which had about a dozen members operating in Georgia, Bulgaria, Latvia and other countries, to locate a recipient bank account to which they could wire stolen money.

The QQAAZZ conspirators secured bank accounts in the names of shell companies in exchange for about half of the stolen money.

Mr. Boiko was directly involved with the QQAAZZ conspirators from his base in St. Petersburg, Russia, and had a close personal relationship with one of the QQAAZZ leaders, according to the FBI.

He was set for an initial appearance hearing Monday by video before a federal magistrate judge in Miami and will eventually be transferred to Pittsburgh.




















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« Reply #411 on: April 03, 2020, 01:16:18 pm »
Friday, 3rd April 2o2o
Felon claims he has 'the corona' in attempt to avoid arrest after stealing motorcycle
by Cory McCord





A 50-year-old man was arrested about five hours after deputies said he stole a motorcycle from a Porter residence.

Around 4:30 a.m. Thursday, Sammey Nelson was walking to a store to get cigarettes near Louis Lane and FM 1314 when deputies said a motorcycle in a storage facility for a local towing company caught his eye and he "couldn't resist it."

Deputies said he cut the fence to get inside and took the motorcycle back to his house in the 21000 block of Alexander Lane, where he stripped it.

Day shift deputies quickly located Nelson and the motorcycle.

Nelson confessed to stealing the motorcycle, according to deputies.

He was arrested, but during the arrest, according to deputies, he bit the inside of his cheek and spit out blood while claiming her had "the corona."

Also during the investigation, deputies said they found a pistol and methamphetamine at Nelson's house.

Nelson was arrested and charged with theft, possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a controlled substance.

All are felonies.
















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« Reply #412 on: April 05, 2020, 05:17:31 am »
Sunday, 5th April 2o2o
Police arrest hospital aide in thefts of equipment & supplies
by Associated Press



(PRESCOTT, Arizona) — A housekeeping employee at a Prescott hospital has been fired after being arrested on suspicion of stealing personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies in recent weeks as the virus outbreak unfolded, police said Saturday.

Keith Brown, 49, of Prescott was arrested Friday at Yavapai Regional Medical Center on suspicion of one count each of theft and fraud after police found numerous items valued at $1,700 in Brown's vehicle and residence, police Lt. Jon Brambila said.

The items recovered included gloves, hand sanitizer, surgical scrubs, wash clothes, paper towels, masks, bleach cleaner, toilet paper and an automatic hand sanitizer, Brambila said.

Online court records didn't list an attorney for Brown who could comment on the allegations.
 
The police investigation began after hospital officials called abut a possible theft, Brambila said.

Police were trying to arrange to have the items returned to the hospital as soon as possible if they're deemed safe to use, Brambila said.

Brambila did not immediately respond to a question on what Brown allegedly intended to do with the items.

Prescott is the seat of largely rural Yavapai County in north—central Arizona.

The county as of Saturday had 43 Covid-19 cases, according to the state Department of Health Services.











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« Reply #413 on: April 05, 2020, 07:24:17 pm »
Sunday, 5th April 2o2o
Texas radio host gets 25 years behind bars for scamming Christian listeners out of millions of dollars

by Jessica Schladebeck




A Texas radio host who confessed to scamming his elderly and Christian listeners out of millions of dollars in a ponzi scheme has been sentenced to 25 years behind bars.


William Neil “Doc” Gallagher pleaded guilty Friday to one count each of theft of more than $300,000, money laundering of more than $300,000 and securities fraud of more than $100,000, according to the Dallas Morning News.



The 79-year-old must also pay $10.4 million in restitution to his victims, per his plea agreement with prosecutors.

Gallagher, the former host of “The Money Doctor,” used his radio show to target older Christian listeners.

Prosecutors said he would meet with them to discuss their finances, guaranteeing annual returns of 5% to nearly 9% if they invested in securities with him.

He described it as a “retirement income you’ll never outlive,” according to the criminal complaint.


Gallagher, who wasn’t licensed to advise clients on securities, netted up to $29.2 million from about 60 investors between December 2014 and January 2019, authorities said.



By January 31st, 2019, those accounts contained just $821,951.


Authorities said Gallagher operated a Ponzi scheme, paying out about $5.9 million to early investors with cash from newer investors.

He also used millions for payroll, radio expenses as well as personal expenses and legal costs.

Gallagher was indicted and arrested in March 2019.

His assets were immediately frozen and he has been in custody ever since.

“He took advantage of some of the most vulnerable people in our society,” lead prosecutor Alexis Goldate said in a written statement.

“He targeted elderly investors and individuals attracted to his Christian ideals and then stole from them.”

Gallagher is facing additional charges in Tarrant County.























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« Reply #414 on: April 07, 2020, 07:12:56 am »
Tuesday, 7th April 2o2o
Wicked Stepmother

by David Matthews




Letecia Stauch, the stepmom of Gannon Stauch, allegedly killed him in his bedroom the same day she reported him missing, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by People.

11-year-old Gannon Stauch was reported missing from his Colorado home on January 27th by Letecia Stauch, 36.

She was arrested in early March and charged with first-degree murder, child abuse resulting in death and tampering.


Gannon Stauch’s body was found on March 20th in Florida.

According to court documents, investigators believe Letecia Stauch killed her stepson before reporting him missing.

“Evidence recovered from the residence and inside Gannon’s bedroom supports that a violent event occurred in the bedroom,” reads the affidavit,

“which caused bloodshed, including blood spatter on the walls, and enough blood loss to stain his mattress, soak through the carpet, the carpet pad, and stain the concrete below his bed.”

The affidavit also included internet searches from Letecia Stauch’s phone which seemed to indicate feelings of resentment toward Gannon, including


“police steps for our runaway,”

“police steps for our missing child,”

“find me a new husband book,”

“I feel like I’m just a nanny not a step mom,”


“husband uses me to babysit his kids,”

“I’m just a glorified babysitter” and “find a guy without kids.”

The woman also looked for jobs and apartments in California and Florida.

Before reporting Gannon missing, Letecia Stauch allegedly texted with her 17-year-old daughter and asked her to buy supplies with Letecia Stauch allegedly used to clean up the blood in Gannon’s bedroom.


Investigators found blood in Gannon’s bedroom, including inside electrical outlets, and in Letecia Stauch’s car where she stored his body before disposing of it.

The affidavit does not detail how Letecia Stauch dumped Gannon’s body in Florida.


She was arrested in South Carolina and extradited back to Colorado.

According to investigators, Letecia Stauch changed her story and several details multiple times during the investigation.

Eugene Albert Stauch, her husband, worked with authorities to record a phone conversation with Letecia where she again changed her story.

Eugene Stauch has reportedly started divorce proceedings against his wife.


















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« Reply #415 on: April 08, 2020, 04:49:56 am »
Wednesday, 8th April 2o2o
Louisville doctor arrested!
by WLKY




A Louisville-area physician has been arrested and charged in connection with an altercation at Norton Commons.

Louisville Metro Police Department said Monday that it was investigating after a group of teenage girls shared a video of a man cursing, shoving them and forcing his hands around a girl's neck.

The man accused has been identified as John Rademaker, a local physician.

LMPD said Rademaker was arrested Tuesday and charged with strangulation and three counts of harassment with physical contact.

The incident happened Friday around 8:30 p.m.

One of the witnesses contacted WLKY on Sunday, saying Rademaker and a woman angrily approached them near the Norton Commons Amphitheater.

The victim said that the couple used explicit language to express their disapproval of the teenagers being out while COVID-19 social distancing guidelines are in place.

WLKY obtained a 59-second clip from one of the people involved, showing the man assaulting one girl until a young man runs up and tells him to back off.

A woman is also seen putting her hands on at least one of the girls.

Officers with LMPD Eighth Division responded to the incident.
 
Sgt. Lamont Washington, with LMPD, released a report Monday.

It said the victim suffered minor injuries.

Baptist Health officials said Rademaker is with an anesthesia group that they contract with and he was put on administrative leave following the incident.



















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« Reply #416 on: April 08, 2020, 04:51:24 am »
Wednesday, 8th April 2o2o
South Carolina Fugitive Not Wearing Shoes!!!
by WLTX (a CBS News affiliate)




An inmate escaped from law enforcement while being transported to the Detention Center, according to Florence County Sheriff's Office.

According to law enforcement, the inmate, Trisita Lynn Lewellen, 27, escaped from a law enforcement vehicle in the area of Effingham Highway and South Irby Street.

Lewellen is a white female, approximately five feet tall and weighing 125 founds.

She is wearing a blue hoodie and blue jean style leggings, has short brown hair and is not wearing shoes.

If anyone sees Lewellen, please dial 911.















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« Reply #417 on: April 08, 2020, 11:18:47 am »
Wednesday, 8th April 2o2o
White Man faces attempted murder charge after fleeing COVID-19 checkpoints
by Wayne K. Roustan




(FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida) — After trying to drive through two virus checkpoints and crashing into three police vehicles in a pickup truck, a Fort Lauderdale man is facing charges that include attempted murder.

John Michael Toomey, 27, fled police, sped the wrong way on Federal Highway and crashed head-on into a Broward Sheriff’s Office patrol car in Dania Beach, putting himself and a deputy in the hospital, according to the arrest report.

It all started about 12:16 a.m. March 23 when Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Khanamirian tried to conduct a traffic stop in Dania Beach but Toomey sped away in a 2006 white Ford F-150, the report stated.

Hollywood police Detective Orlando Laso was manning a security checkpoint in the 800 block of East Sheridan Street to prevent non-residents and non-employees from crossing the bridge to the beach as part of local COVID-19 restrictions on travel.

Laso said he saw the pickup truck coming toward his unmarked patrol car that was parked in the median.

He estimated the truck was going 75 mph with its headlights off before it turned north on State Road A1A. Police chased the truck, the report stated.

The pickup ended up driving on a sidewalk leading to the beach near Custer Street and got stuck in the sand.

When Laso ordered him at gunpoint to stop, Toomey put the truck in reverse, backed up toward the detective and sped north again, police said.

Deputy Georgy Kachurin was parked at another COVID-19 checkpoint blocking Cambridge Street when the fleeing truck crashed into his marked Ford Explorer SUV.

When Laso arrived on scene with gun drawn and ordered Toomey out of the truck, it backed up and hit Laso’s police car and sped away again, investigators said.

Deputy James Cady was responding to the crash at Cambridge Street and was heading south in the 300 block of Federal Highway.

The fleeing pickup crossed over the median from the northbound lanes into oncoming traffic and collided head-on with the Cady’s marked patrol car.

Both Toomey and Cady were taken to Broward Health Medical Center for treatment of their injuries, the report stated.

Toomey was released from the hospital and booked into the Broward County Jail April 1st.

He is being held without bond on charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault on law enforcement officers, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and fleeing and eluding police, among other counts, records show.

Cady received several stitches on his hand and sustained cuts and scrapes, officials said.

No motive was mentioned for Toomey’s behavior in the Broward Sheriff’s Office or Hollywood police arrest reports.















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« Reply #418 on: April 08, 2020, 03:32:14 pm »
Wednesday, 8th April 2o2o
California woman arrested for allegedly licking, ruining $1,800 in groceries

by David K. Li



Police arrested a Northern California woman after she allegedly licked and ruined about $1,800 worth of groceries near the Nevada border, authorities said Wednesday.

Officers were called to a Safeway in South Lake Tahoe on Tuesday over a "report of a customer 'licking' groceries inside of the store," police said.

Jennifer Walker, 53, was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of felony vandalism.

"The employee informed the officers that all the items in the suspect's shopping cart were deemed unsellable due to the cross-contamination," according to a South Lake Tahoe police statement.

Items that needed to be destroyed included costume jewelry, meat and liquor, police said.

Walker has no local arrest record, but "we've had local contact with her, we're familiar with her," said South Lake Tahoe police Lt. Shannon Laney, who declined to reveal the nature of Walker's previous dealings with police, citing medical privacy laws.

Walker remained in custody Wednesday in lieu of $10,000 bond, according to El Dorado County jail records.
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« Reply #419 on: April 08, 2020, 11:11:53 pm »
Thursday, 9th April 2o2o
Mississippi Fair Commission executive director arrested in prostitution investigation

by WAPT (an ABC News affiliate)




Madison Police and special agents with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation arrested Stephen Hutton, former Mississippi Fair Commission executive director, and charged him with promoting prostitution.

MBI agents and detectives with the Madison Police Department developed information that led to his arrest Wednesday, authorities said.

Police said Hutton was taken to the Madison County Detention Center and is awaiting his initial court appearance.

Agriculture and Commerce Commissioner Andy Gipson said in a press release Wednesday,

"Today, the Mississippi Fair Commission voted to terminate the employment of executive director Steve Hutton."


















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