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    The Maryland Hamburglar was arrested this morning.

    After video of a break-in earlier this month at a McDonald’s restaurant went viral, cops today arrested Jessica Marie Cross, 27, on burglary and theft charges.

    According to investigators, a McDonald’s employee arrived to work on November 5 to discover the burglary, which netted the thief $1400.

    When Howard County cops reviewed store surveillance video, they saw the burglar--now identified as Cross--arrive at the drive-thru window in a Hyundai Sonata around 1 AM on November 5. The restaurant was closed at the time.

    As seen in the above video, after Cross pushed open the unlocked window, she leaned in and got a fountain drink. She then wedged her way through the window and proceeded to spend about 35 minutes in the eatery before departing (apparently through the front door).

    In addition to cash, Cross (seen in the adjacent mug shot) allegedly swiped a purse, Happy Meal toys, and food items.

    Cops charge that Cross can be seen “attempting to disable the surveillance system, wipe her fingerprints from the area and wash the cash drawers to remove her fingerprints.”

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    Prosecutors have declined to pursue a criminal case against the Florida woman who was arrested for allegedly battering her estranged husband when he interrupted her as she was “pleasuring herself.” 

    Flavia Higgs, 42, was arrested in mid-September following a 12:30 AM confrontation with her spouse Garrett inside the Port St. Lucie residence the duo still shares (but where they maintain separate bedrooms).

    According to an arrest affidavit, Garrett, 44, arrived home and "heard moaning from the house." Upon determining that the sound was coming from Flavia’s bedroom, Garrett banged on the locked door, but received no response.

    Believing that there was another man in the house, Garrett used a screwdriver to open the door, an incursion that was appreciated by Flavia, who sought to "physically escort him out." During an ensuing struggle, Flavia “struck him in the face,” police charged.

    When questioned by cops, Flavia said that Garrett “barged into the room” while she “was pleasuring herself,” the affidavit reports. Flavia was subsequently arrested on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge.

    In a recent filing, prosecutors notified the court that they would not be pursuing the criminal charge against Higgs. The “no information” notice--which does not detail why the case was abandoned--resulted in the court’s closure of the matter.

    As of late last month, the estranged couple (seen above) appeared to be living under the same roof.

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    A Vermont teenager called 911 early Sunday morning to report that an intruder dressed as a clown was snoozing in his residence, police report.

    When cops arrived around 3:30 AM at the home in the town of Marlboro, they found Sean Barber, 43, “intoxicated and sleeping in an upstairs bedroom inside the occupied residence.”

    Barber, cops charge, was also “found to be in possession of cocaine during his arrest.” Barber was booked into the Southern State Correctional Facility on unlawful trespass and cocaine possession charges.

    Pictured above, Barber apparently was wearing a Halloween costume when collared. As for the white powder near his nose, its source is unknown.

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    A Missouri woman arrested for trying to steal a $30 frying pan that she stuffed inside her already snug yoga pants is now a wanted woman.

    After Sierra Coleman failed to appear for a court hearing, a St. Louis judge signed an arrest warrant for the 29-year-old accused shoplifter. The warrant, signed earlier this year by a Circuit Court judge, was only docketed last week.

    Coleman is facing misdemeanor assault and theft charges in connection with the frying pan heist and her subsequent scuffle with Ikea employees.

    As seen in the above video, an onlooker recorded Coleman struggling with store security guards in the Ikea parking lot. The purloined pot’s handle stuck out from the back of Coleman’s gray stretchy pants, while the circular outline of the pan was visible to anyone with sight.

     “Is that a pot in the back of your pants?” the onlooker asked Coleman. When the filmmaker suggested that Coleman not fight with security (“Especially you got these people’s stuff in your pants”), she replied, “Okay. It’s $30.” Coleman also remarked that the frying pan theft was only a misdemeanor.

    Coleman, who told the Ikea guards she was pregnant, was originally released from jail after posting $500 cash bond. When she is eventually collared for failing to appear in court, Coleman will have to post $7500 to bond out, according to court records.

     

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    “I stabbed the fuck out of the snake because I hate snakes.”

    That was the explanation Timothy Wagner, 23, gave Florida police Sunday evening following his arrest for animal cruelty.

    Cops allege that Wagner entered his ex-girlfriend’s St. Petersburg home and removed a knife from the kitchen. He then walked into the living room and “took the lid off the snake’s cage.”

    Wagner, cops charge, then began “stabbing the snake multiple times.” A patrolman reported observing “multiple stab wounds to the snake’s head and body.”

    A criminal complaint does not indicate whether the reptile was killed.

    Pictured above, Wagner was arrested for animal cruelty. He was released yesterday from the county jail after posting $150 bond.

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    Meet Christopher Wilson.

    The 37-year-old Cincinnati, Ohio resident has been arrested for assaulting and groping a female victim. While the alleged incident occurred more than two years ago, Wilson was not collared until Friday evening.

    Wilson, locked up in the Hamilton County jail, is scheduled for a court appearance this afternoon on the two misdemeanor charges.

    There is no indication that Wilson has been employed in the adult film industry.

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    Before robbing a bank Thursday morning, a Florida man prepped for the heist by searching Google for instructions on “how to rob a bank,” police report.

    Cops charge that William Johnson, 26, made off with about $2000 from the Achieva Credit Union in Largo. According to a criminal complaint, Johnson handed a teller an envelope with the words “give me money, no bait, I have gun” written on it.

    Within minutes of the crime, a subject matching the description of the robber entered a nearby Publix supermarket and purchased several lottery tickets, food, and a beverage.

    By late afternoon, cops had received multiple phone calls identifying Johnson as the bank robber (the sources had seen bank surveillance photos that police had posted to Facebook). Additionally, Johnson’s mother identified him as the man seen in the bank photos.

    Johnson (seen above) was subsequently arrested at an Express Inn & Suites in Pinellas Park. 

    During questioning, Johnson reportedly confessed to the robbery and copped to the incriminating Google search. Johnson, cops say, revealed that he was plotting a second bank heist, apparently because he had already spent the proceeds from the October 5 robbery on rent, utilities, and narcotics.

    Charged with felony robbery, Johnson is being held in the county jail in lieu of $100,000 bond. Johnson’s rap sheet includes arrests for grand theft, dealing in stolen property, probation violation, and felony battery (for which he was on probation until mid-April).

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    A Dunkin’ Donuts patron tried to pay for a cup of coffee with prescription muscle relaxants, according to Florida police who arrested the man on a drug charge.

    Richard Bourque, 30, allegedly tried the coffee-for-pills gambit late Monday evening at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Pinellas Park. An employee told police that when she rejected Bourque’s barter offer of “unknown pills,” he walked out with the coffee.

    Cops subsequently located Bourque at a nearby McDonald’s. After he reportedly agreed to be searched, a patrolman located eight pills that were later identified as methocarbamol, a drug prescribed for muscle pain and stiffness.

    Bourque, seen above, was arrested when he could not produce a prescription for the pills (which he said were “given to him by ‘Aaron’”). Bourque was not charged with boosting the Dunkin’ Donuts coffee.

    Bourque yesterday pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of drugs without a prescription. He was fined $550 and sentenced to a day in jail. Bourque’s rap sheet includes collars for domestic battery, theft, violating probation, and driving with a revoked or suspended license.

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    A North Carolina inmate this week was enjoying a bologna sandwich when he took a moment to pose for a new mug shot.

    Justin Richardson, 25, was arrested Saturday on two probation violation charges and booked into the Union County jail. He is being held in lieu of $4000 bond, according to jail records.

    As seen above, when Richardson’s booking photo was snapped, he made sure to hold his meal up for the camera (the pictured bologna on white bread is just another reason to live a law-abiding life).

    Richardson, whose rap sheet includes busts for marijuana possession, assault, criminal contempt, and breaking and entering, subsequently was a photographed in an orange prison jumpsuit, a more uniform image.

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    No, sadly, Jared Kushner did not register to vote as a woman.

    The 36-year-old Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law, senior adviser, and security blanket--registered to vote in New York City in November 2009. When Kushner filled out his voter registration form, he checked off the "M" box when asked his sex.

    Somehow, voter information available through a LexisNexis commercial database lists Kushner’s gender as female (as reported yesterday in Wired).

    But Kushner’s current voter registration form (seen below) reveals that he is, in fact, 100% male. The document is on file with the New York City Board of Elections.

    When Kushner first registered to vote in New York, he declined to enroll in a political party. In 2011, when he updated his registration to include his new Park Avenue address, he again checked off the "I do not wish to enroll in a party" box.

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    A Connecticut man wearing a “Beer + Beer = Shenanigans” t-shirt was arrested Saturday night for drunk driving.

    But you knew that already.

    Nathan Corey, 38, was collared after a Connecticut State Police trooper pulled him over around 10 PM upon spotting Corey’s vehicle striking a sidewalk (and violating other traffic laws).

    Corey, cops say, failed subsequent field sobriety tests. A police search also turned up marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a small machete.

    Booked on an assortment of criminal and vehicular charges, Corey was freed from custody after posting $10,000 bail. He is scheduled for an October 3 appearance in Superior Court.

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    In an appalling violation of a sacred space, an Illinois man was robbed at gunpoint Saturday evening as he watched college football in his man cave, Peoria police report.

    The 9:30 PM robbery, investigators say, occurred as the homeowner was relaxing in his renovated garage, the door to which was open.

    While sitting on his couch, the victim heard a noise in the man cave. When he turned toward the sound, he saw a young man pointing a gun at his head. The intruder demanded cash, but when the victim said he had none, the gunman instead stole a cell phone.

    The victim told police that the gunman appeared to be in his 20s. A possible accomplice was hiding behind a car parked in the driveway, the victim told cops.

    As first reported by the Journal Star, a police dog was brought to the crime scene, but was unable to track the armed robber.  

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    Following his arrest yesterday in Tupelo, Mississippi, Gregory Baker, 35, was booked into the county jail, where he posed for the above mug shot.

    Charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and telephone harassment, Baker remains locked up in lieu of $2000 bond.

    As seen below, Baker posed for a second mug shot, apparently after Lee County jail personnel realized that his message t-shirt was not suitable for public viewing.

    The original booking photo was uploaded to the jail’s web site, but was replaced this afternoon with the image of Baker wearing his shirt inside out.