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    A Florida Woman who insisted to cops that she was allowed to go topless while cleaning out her garage--in full view of her neighbors--was arrested for indecent exposure, according to a police report.

    Responding to a 911 call “reference to a exposure of sexual organs,” cops spoke with a Vero Beach resident who said that a neighbor who lives across the street pulled down her shirt “and exposed her breasts to the victim and her children.” The minors, the report noted, ranged in age from 11 to five.

    At one point, the witness said, the topless woman “bent over with her top down and started pounding on her blue plastic recycling bin making sure that the victim and the kids were looking.”

    Upon confronting the suspect--identified by police as Stephanie Wright, 56--“her tan tank top was tucked under her breasts and I could visibly see her breasts,” reported Deputy David Ragley.

    Pictured above, Wright refused Ragley’s initial request to cover up. “No, I’m in my garage and I don’t have to,” she reportedly said. After eventually pulling her top up, Wright explained that she had been “cleaning out her garage.” Asked why she was doing this topless, Wright “stated she was allowed to.”

    After explaining to Wright that she was not permitted to be topless if the neighbors could see her, the deputy said that she “does not have an expectation of privacy with the open view of the street and neighbors.”

    Wright was then handcuffed and told she was under arrest for exposure of sexual organs, a misdemeanor. Wright was released from the county jail Friday evening after posting $500 bond.

    A judge today ordered Wright to have no contact with the victims. Her arraignment is scheduled for June 2.

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    After cops found a pair of firearms and a Kevlar vest in his SUV, a Florida Man disavowed ownership of the weapons, claiming he had sold the vehicle “to his cousin John Wick,” an arrest affidavit states.

    Responding early yesterday to a 911 call about a domestic violence incident, cops questioned Getro Gelin, 27, at his residence in Port St. Lucie. A woman told police that Gelin shoved her to the ground and threatened her with a firearm.

    After the victim said that Gelin may have hidden the gun in his Porsche SUV, cops searched the vehicle and recovered a Glock 21 pistol, a semi-automatic rifle, and a bulletproof vest.

    When asked about the guns in the auto, Gelin “replied he had sold the Porsche to his cousin John Wick.” Gelin subsequently “stated he lied about the name, but that he would not reveal his cousin’s name.”

    “John Wick” is the title character in a blood- and bullet-soaked movie franchise starring Keanu Reeves. “Wick” is a retired hitman with an arsenal of weapons for whom gunplay is part of his daily routine.

    Pictured above, Gelin was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery. He is being held in the county jail in lieu of $3500 bond.

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    A man arrested yesterday for twice grabbing the rear end of a female Walmart shopper explained to Florida police “that is how he talks to women,” according to a court affidavit.

    Cops say the 29-year-old victim was walking through a Walmart in Largo, a city outside Tampa, when she noticed Juan Antonio Velez was following her. At one point, the woman told cops, the 6’ 3”, 250-pound Velez “walked up to her and grabbed her butt.”

    The victim said that Velez, 30, then continued to follow her. When she got to the self-checkout line, the woman said, Velez again groped her buttocks, prompting her to tell him to “stop it.”

    The woman subsequently told Walmart management “she was afraid, so they took her to an office,” a Largo Police Department officer reported.

    When police questioned Velez, he reportedly confessed to “grabbing her butt twice and said that is how he talks to women.” Velez, cops say, acknowledged that he touched the victim “prior to making any conversation” with her.

    The “entire incident,” police reported, was recorded by Walmart security cameras.

    Velez, pictured above, was arrested for battery and booked into the county jail on the misdemeanor charge. Locked up in lieu of $500 bond, Velez, who lives in Tennessee, has been ordered by a judge to have no contact with the victim.

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    Incensed that his fellow Floridians were not wearing masks and gloves to the pharmacy and supermarket, a 62-year-old man yesterday warned on Facebook that if he were to test positive for the coronavirus, “I will head right to Publix and empty every Clip I own!”

    Police say that Robert Kovner’s 4:23 PM post declared that, “I FIND it criminal that you enter the supermarket or pharmacy without a mask as if you are either to stupid to understand the danger your spreading or so selfish that you don’t give a f%8k that your endangering others?”

    The post was eventually deleted, but not before it came to the attention of police, who questioned Kovner (seen at right) at his home in Sebring, a central Florida city. Kovner provided cops with a recorded statement, but the substance of what he said was deleted from an arrest report released by the Highland County Sheriff’s Office.

    Citing the “significance of the threatening post made on Facebook,” Kovner was arrested for threatening to conduct a mass shooting, a felony. He was booked into the county jail in lieu of $30,000 bond. Kovner appears to have secured his release from custody late this afternoon.

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    In violation of a state order forcing the closure of nonessential businesses, an Ohio beauty salon was caught “sneaking in customers” to have their hair and nails done, police report.

    Acting on a phone tip, cops in South Euclid, a Cleveland suburb, entered the Beauté Room Salon Wednesday afternoon and found two females inside the business. The name of a third woman, a licensed cosmetologist, is also listed on a police report.

    Cops noted that they would report the matter to the state health department.

    In late-March, the cosmetologist named in the South Euclid Police Department report advertised her nail care services on Facebook, writing that she was prepared to “step out of quarantine” for old and new clients.

    In an April 6 post, the woman claimed that she was no longer booking appointments. “Sorry but I tried, A few bad apples spoiled the bunch! I’m not about to sneak and risk my health, possibly getting fined etc for inconsiderate females,” she declared.

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    A Florida Woman placed plastic Easter eggs stuffed with pornographic images and other items in the mailboxes of scores of homeowners, according to cops who say they collared the “deranged offender” last night.

    Investigators allege that Abril Cestoni, 42, delivered the X-rated material over the past several days, resulting in her arrest on 11 counts of distributing obscene items.

    Cestoni, who said she works at a Publix supermarket, is being held in the Flagler County jail in lieu of $13,000 bond.

    A charging affidavit alleges that Cestoni, seen above, stuffed mailboxes with Easter eggs and a pamphlet containing “incoherent rants about local religious clergy” and “multiple pornographic images.”

    One orange Easter egg, cops say, contained “1 goldfish cracker, 1 strawberry drink mix, 1 piece of toilet paper, and 2 pornographic images.”

    After a homeowner last night called 911 to report a suspicious person placing something in her mailbox, cops pulled over Cestoni’s car. Upon being read her rights, Cestoni reportedly admitted to distributing the plastic eggs and the pamphlets. Acknowledging she had distributed obscene material, Cestoni claimed she included the images “because homosexuals are allowed to teach in the church.”

    Pictured above, Cestoni said she did not have “symptoms related to COVID-19” and was “not attempting to spread the virus by delivering her pamphlets.”

    In addition to the obscene material counts, Cestoni was also charged with driving with a suspended license and violating a state order barring travel not related to essential activities.

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    After being told of a limit on the number of Lysol cans she could purchase, a Walmart customer sprayed a worker in the eyes with the disinfectant, according to Massachusetts police who are seeking the public’s help in identifying the alleged assailant.

    The March 27 attack occurred at a Walmart Supercenter in Leicester, a town outside Worcester.

    In a bid to collar the woman, police released the adjacent surveillance photo of the suspect, who appears to have departed Walmart in an Uber after she was somehow able to complete her purchase.

    The Walmart employee was treated by EMS workers summoned to the store following the Lysol attack.

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    After a Dollar Tree cashier chided him for cutting the checkout line and failing to "respect the current social distancing rules," a Florida Man began striking the female employee, according to cops who arrested the unruly customer on a felony battery charge.

    Police say that Stephan Fanelli, 55, was at the discount store Friday afternoon when he got into an argument with Nyashata Chajani. An arrest affidavit states that the dispute was prompted when Fanelli “skipped the line at the cashier and placed his items in front of other customer items.”

    When Chajani asked Fanelli to return to the rear of the line, he reportedly became irate. Chajani, cops say, also “requested for the defendant to respect the current social distancing rules, in which he was not practicing.”

    When Chajani then attempted to move Fanelli’s items from the checkout line, Fanelli “began striking the victim.” With both arms, he pushed Chajani “in the chest, both arms, and hands.”

    An officer noted that a review of surveillance video showed Fanelli “strike the victim in the arm.” Additionally, a witness told police that she saw Fanelli push the Dollar Tree worker “multiple times.”

    Seen above, Fanelli is locked up in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $2500 bond. A judge has ordered him to have no contact with Chajani.

    Fanelli’s rap sheet includes convictions for trespassing, disorderly intoxication, criminal mischief, and battery.

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    A 99-year-old New Jersey man has been charged with violating the state’s coronavirus emergency regulations, according to police who this afternoon broke up an engagement party attended by the nonagenarian and his relatives.

    Responding to a 4:30 PM call about an illegal social gathering, cops found party attendees on the front lawn of the Lakewood residence of Yaakov Kaufman, 47, and Eti Kaufman, 45. The Kaufmans, who were hosting the engagement party, also had guests inside their home.

    The Kaufman residence is pictured above.

    In addition to being charged with violating a recent executive order barring such gatherings, the Kaufmans were also each hit with a half-dozen child endangerment counts since the couple’s six minor children were at the party.

    Among the eight other adults charged with violating the emergency declaration was Michael Zimmerman, a 99-year-old resident of Lakewood, a south Jersey township.

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    Meet Robert Eugene Heffner.

    The 26-year-old North Carolina nitwit is behind bars after being arrested for allegedly coughing at a Walmart shopper and then declaring that he had the coronavirus, police say.

    Heffner was at a Walmart near his home in Belmont, a city 15 miles west of Charlotte, when he “purposely coughed at a customer” and claimed to be infected with COVID-19.

    After police were contacted about Heffner’s antics, he was arrested Friday evening on a misdemeanor public health charge since his “action could create fear in the customer and the public at large,” according to an arrest warrant.

    Heffner, who has not exhibited any coronavirus symptoms, appears to have been playing a prank on the Walmart shopper.

    Pictured above, Heffner is being held in the Gaston County jail.

    According to court and prison records, Heffner is a convicted felon who is serving a two-year probation sentence for a 2019 conviction for breaking and entering in automobiles. His rap sheet also includes collars for marijuana possession and probation violation.

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    Fearful of catching the coronavirus, a 75-year-old man pointed a handgun at two women wearing face masks and gloves during an encounter at a post office in Georgia, police charge.

    According to cops, Harvey Taratoot was in the post office Sunday when he confronted the victims. Taratoot yelled at the duo--a grandmother and her 18-year-old granddaughter--“to get back.”

    The women, who were not hurt during the incident, told police that they were “wearing medical masks and gloves when they entered the post office” in Alpharetta, a city 25 miles north of Atlanta. Upon walking into the post office, they were immediately met by the gun-toting Taratoot, police say.

    After threatening the women, Taratoot fled the post office, but not before apologizing to the victims and advising them to avoid touching the post office’s door. As Taratoot drove away, one of the women photographed his license plate. He was subsequently arrested at his Alpharetta home, where officers found him with a holstered firearm.

    During an interview with police, Taratoot confessed that he pointed his gun at the women due to his fear of catching the coronavirus.

    Pictured above, Taratoot was arrested on a felony weapons charge and booked into the Fulton County jail. The septuagenarian was released from custody Monday on $1500 bond.

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    A man arrested Saturday for auto theft claimed the coronavirus made him do it, cops say.

    According to investigators, Alvin Rementer, 70, in late-January pawned his 2000 Chevrolet Silverado for $1500 at Pawn Depot in St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Since turning over title to his wheels, Rementer has returned to the shop several times to “make statements of not possibly being able to pay for the pawn payment,” an arrest affidavit states.

    While the pawn shop manager was “willing to work with him,” cops say, Rementer allegedly took matters into his own hand around 7 AM Saturday. Using a spare key, Rementer drove the truck away from the pawn shop (where it apparently was parked outside the business).

    After the car was reported stolen, a cop spotted the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Rementer, who was driving the Chevy, reportedly confessed to stealing the vehicle, adding that he “freaked out over the ‘corona’ and the overall situation.”

    Rementer, cops report, acknowledged that what he did was wrong and that he “could have handled getting his vehicle back in a different way.”

    Charged with grand theft auto, a felony, Rementer is being held in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $2500 bond.

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    A toilet paper heist was thwarted yesterday by an alert hotel security guard, according to Florida cops who arrested the alleged TP thief on a felony charge.

    According to investigators, a guard at a Marriott hotel in Orlando was patrolling around 1:30 AM Thursday when he spotted a man “pushing a trash can toward his Honda van.” When the suspect reached the vehicle, he removed a bag from the can and placed it inside his auto.

    Finding the man’s actions suspicious, the guard peaked through the van’s window and “noticed the bag was full of unused toilet paper rolls that belonged to the hotel.”

    When the man--later identified as Angel Hernandezcinto, 31--returned to the van, the guard confronted him and “Angel admitted to taking the toilet paper.” The bag, cops say, contained 66 rolls of toilet paper valued at 99 cents apiece.

    After receiving a 911 call about “a man stealing toilet paper,” cops arrived at the Marriott and questioned Hernandezcinto, seen above. The suspect, who is a Guatemalan citizen, claimed that he “knew a lady who was poor and had no job and was only taking the toilet paper to help her and her family.”

    Hernandezcinto, who works for a company that provides cleaning services to the Marriott, confessed and “apologized for his actions,” police reported.

    Hernandezcinto, who initially provided cops with a fake name, was arrested for theft from a public lodging establishment, a felony. The Orlando resident was booked into the Orange County jail, from which he was released yesterday on $2500 bond.

    The 66 rolls of toilet paper were photographed by cops, but not booked into evidence. “The toilet paper rolls were released back to the hotel,” police say.