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    Meet Mustafa Demiray.

    Until yesterday, at least, the 25-year-old Floridian was employed at a 7-Eleven on Court Street in Bradenton.

    Late Saturday evening, Demiray--two weeks into his job at the convenience store--was in the 7-Eleven along with a female employee with whom he had not previously worked. The woman, Demiray would reportedly tell cops, kept saying that she was bored and wanted to go home.

    At one point, the woman sat down on a chair in a “small office/storage room” behind the cash registers. Demiray followed her inside.

    Demiray, an arrest affidavit notes, told investigators that “since the woman was bored, he pulled out his penis and asked the victim if she wanted to give him a blowjob.” You know, as a way for them to jointly pass time on the lobster shift.

    When the female worker declined to fellate him, Demiray “pulled his pants up.” Before exposing himself, Demiray advised, the woman gave him “a look” while she was on her cell phone.

    Demiray was arrested early Sunday morning on a misdemeanor exposure charge. He was booked into the county jail, where he is being held in lieu of $150 bond. Demiray is scheduled for a court appearance on Wednesday.

    The 7-Eleven where Demiray presumably used to work is pictured below.

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    After rolling over her car in a two-vehicle collision and getting arrested for drunk driving, Shannon Moore appeared not to have a care in the world when she posed for the above mugshot.

    Moore, 22, was collared by cops in West Springfield, Massachusetts around 11 PM Wednesday.

    No injuries were reported at the crash scene, police say.

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    A man who surmised that a ghost may have planted methamphetamine in his Louisiana home eventually admitted that he, and not an otherworldly force, was responsible for the drug being in his residence, court records show.

    Michael Auttonberry, 60, was arrested in October after police arrived at his home in response to a purported assault. Auttonberry, cops say, had called 911 to claim that he had been “stabbed on the head by an axe.”

    When officers arrived at Auttonberry’s West Monroe home, they determined that he was not suffering from any axe wounds (and there were no assailants in sight). Cops did, however, spot “in plain view on a night stand a open brown paper containing approximately 1 gram of suspected methamphetamine,” according to a probable cause affidavit. A subsequent pat down of Auttonberry yielded a pill bottle containing an additional gram of meth.

    Quizzed by cops, Auttonberry said that "a ghost or intruders" planted the drugs before climbing out a bedroom window. This claim, investigators determined, “was not accurate.”

    Charged with narcotics possession and making a false report to police, Auttonberry subsequently pleaded guilty to the felony drug charge. He was sentenced to serve “six (6) months at hard labor,” which is Louisiana for time in state custody (where nobody is breaking rocks in the hot sun).

    Pictured above, Auttonberry, whose lengthy rap sheet includes prior drug collars, was released from the Ouachita Correctional Center two weeks ago.

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    Meet Iconic Facce.

    Well, his actual name is Jimmy Maurice Lewis II, a 37-year-old convicted felon who spent years in federal prison following a 2008 bank robbery conviction for stealing $9609 from an Alabama credit union.

    Lewis was arrested Saturday in connection with the March 22 robbery of a BancorpSouth branch in Gulfport, Mississippi. Cops initially identified the suspect as a “black female in her mid to late 30’s.” After producing a note demanding cash, the robber fled on foot from the bank.

    Investigators subsequently identified Lewis as a suspect and nabbed him at the Houston, Texas airport upon his arrival on a flight from Mexico (where Lewis appears to have undergone some kind of cosmetic procedure).

    Lewis, currently locked up in a Houston jail, is awaiting extradition to Mississippi, where a bank robbery charge awaits. Lewis is seen in the below BancorpSouth surveillance images.

    Lewis was convicted at trial in 2008 for the robbery of an Alabama Credit Union location. During the robbery, investigators reported, Lewis threatened the life of a teller, saying, “No games, no jokes and get your hands up. Don’t mash any alarms. Don’t move or she’s had it.” Lewis was sentenced to 51 months in prison to be followed by three years probation.

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    After paying $500 for what he thought would be a sexual encounter at a Days Inn motel, a Florida Man called cops to complain that he had been ripped off, police say.

    Jon Omer Sengul, 50, dialed 911 last Friday evening to report that he “paid for sexual activities he had not received,” according to a West Palm Beach Police Department report.

    When contacted by police, Sengul “began to make incriminating statements,” prompting Officer Gregory McDonald to read him his rights. After saying that he understood the Miranda warnings, Sengul continued his tale of woe.

    Pictured above, Sengul said that he offered the four occupants of another motel room $500 “in order for one or more of them” to come to his room and “have sexual relations with him.”

    At this point, McDonald “clarified” with Sengul that he was admitting to soliciting another person for sex. Sengul reportedly confirmed that was exactly what he had done.

    Continuing, Sengul said that he called police because “after giving the individuals the money they did not come to his room to engage in the aforementioned sexual relations.”

    Sengul was subsequently arrested for soliciting prostitution, a misdemeanor. Now free on $500 bond, Sengul, who has pleaded not guilty, is scheduled for arraignment on April 29.

    The police report does not identify the four inhabitants of the other motel room, or why Sengul thought they were receptive to a cash-for-sex transaction.

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    In an apparent bid to mask the odor of booze on his breath, a suspected drunk driver “was spraying Axe body spray in his mouth” when approached by a South Carolina cop, according to an arrest report.

    A car driven by Efren Mencia-Ramirez, 49, was pulled over Saturday afternoon when a Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted the vehicle speeding and swerving.

    Upon approaching the auto, the deputy noticed that Mencia-Ramirez and his passenger were surrounded by empty Corona Extra beer cans. Mencia-Ramirez, the cop added, was also “spraying Axe body spray in his mouth...to cover the smell of alcohol on his breath.”

    Mencia-Ramirez, who reeked of booze, was arrested after failing a series of field sobriety tests. His blood alcohol content was registered at nearly twice the legal limit.

    Seen above, Mencia-Ramirez was charged with drunk driving, driving without a license, driving without insurance, and carrying an open container of alcohol. He is being held in the county jail.

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    Meet Mary Ann Parrish.

    The Florida Woman, 40, was arrested early yesterday after repeatedly calling 911 to report that “her boyfriend was not being nice to her,” according to a criminal complaint.

    Cops say that Parrish dialed the emergency response number six times over a four-hour period ending Monday around 1:30 AM. A sheriff’s deputy responding to one of Parrish’s 911 calls witnessed her again “on the phone with 911 while on scene.”

    Pictured above, Parrish was charged with using the 911 system “for purposes other than an emergency.” She is being held in the county jail in lieu of $150 on the misdemeanor charge.

    Parrish was arrested at a residence in Lacoochee, which is several miles west of the Green Swamp Wilderness Preserve.

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    3/25 UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal is reporting that “CC-1” is Mark Geragos, the L.A. lawyer who has represented Colin Kaepernick, Michael Jackson, Winona Ryder, and Chris Brown.

    Michael Avenatti was assisted in his alleged extortion of Nike by a fellow lawyer who is licensed to practice in California and is similarly known for his “representation of celebrity and public figure clients,” according to a federal criminal complaint.

    The second lawyer, branded by prosecutors as an Avenatti co-conspirator, is only identified in the U.S. District Court filing as "CC-1." He is accused of working with Avenatti to devise a scheme to extort Nike.

    According to FBI Agent Christopher Harper, the unnamed attorney and Avenatti engaged in a series of phone calls and meetings with Nike lawyers during which Avenatti warned that he would go public with damaging allegations that would result in the public company’s loss of $10 billion in market capitalization.

    The second lawyer is accused in the criminal complaint of threatening economic harm in order to extract multimillion dollar payments from Nike. Avenatti’s claims against the shoe and apparel firm centered on alleged under-the-table payments made by the company to top high school basketball players.

    At the direction of FBI agents, Nike lawyers this month recorded phone conversations with Avenatti and the unnamed attorney. Additionally, both Nike lawyers “video- and audio-recorded” a March 21 meeting with Avenatti and the alleged co-conspirator. The meeting took place at “CC-1’s office in New York.”

    During the meeting, Avenatti--after conferring privately with “CC-1”--told the Nike lawyers that, in return for a $22.5 million settlement payment, “we ride off into the sunset.” Avenatti also allegedly warned that if the deal was not finalized by today, March 25, he would air his allegations against the company at a press conference.

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    A Pennsylvania man who allegedly threatened to kill his wife told police that he had “been doing meth and masturbating all day, and it feels great,” according to a criminal complaint.

    Eric Farnack, 46, was arrested Sunday night at the Lehigh Valley home he shares with his spouse. Cops arriving to the residence were met by Farnack’s panicked wife, who said that he was “out of control” and had threatened her life.

    Farnack then exited the home “in a state of rage,” police reported. As he approached officers, the screaming Farnack was warned that he would be tased if he did not follow police directions.

    Complying with orders, Farnack got on the ground and declared that he had “been doing meth and masturbating all day, and it feels great.” Cops noted that Farnack appeared “highly under the influence.”

    Charged with making terroristic threats, harassment, and disorderly conduct, Farnack was booked into the Northampton County Prison, where he is being held in lieu of $15,000 bail.

    Farnack has previously been convicted for meth possession, resisting arrest, and making terroristic threats. His Facebook page includes a profile image (seen below) that purports to be the logo of the “National Crystal Meth Hallucination League.”

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    A Florida Man known as “Mr. Perfect” is in jail for literally battering a female victim, police report.

    Cops charge that Dwayne Zimmerman, 45, was intoxicated late Friday night when he insulted the victim, who was on the porch of Zimmerman’s mobile home preparing to make pancakes for dinner.

    After Zimmerman flung a cooking pan, cops say, he picked up a bowl filled with pancake batter and threw it at the victim. The bowl shattered, with its contents landing in the woman’s hair and on her clothing. Batter also caked portions of the screened-in porch.

    Pictured at right, Zimmerman was arrested at the scene on a felony battery charge. He was booked into the Hernando County jail early Saturday morning and remains locked up in lieu of $2000 bond. A judge has ordered Zimmerman to have no contact with the victim.

    Zimmerman’s rap sheet includes arrests for grand theft; disorderly intoxication; battery; narcotics possession; criminal mischief; drunk driving; and assault. In criminal court filings, his alias is listed as “Mr. Perfect.”

    In October 2017, Zimmerman was arrested for battery after allegedly striking his sister in the chest with a thrown gallon of ice cream. Zimmerman, who reportedly was intoxicated at the time, attacked his sibling inside his mobile home. Prosecutors subsequently declined to pursue the misdemeanor case.

    Zimmerman was arrested in mid-February for striking his brother in the face. The battery took place at Zimmerman’s mobile home in Brooksville, a Tampa suburb. Zimmerman, who dismissed the blow as a “little tap,” was convicted earlier this month of misdemeanor battery and was sentenced to the three days he had already served in jail and was ordered to pay $1003 in fines and court costs.

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    A Pennsylvania man named Sober was arrested for...well, you know where this is going.

    Daniel Sober, 44, was busted Saturday evening for drunk driving following a police stop near his home in Lower Burrell, a Pittsburgh suburb.

    A breath test, cops say, recorded Sober’s blood alcohol content at .194, more than twice the legal limit.

    Sober, pictured at right, was charged with drunk driving and careless driving, according to court records. After being booked, Sober was released on his own recognizance. He is next scheduled to appear in court on March 20.

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    After being caught having sex in a hot tub at an Ohio water park, a couple was arrested Tuesday evening on trespassing and disorderly conduct charges after they fled from security personnel.

    Cops allege that Kamden Mack, 25, and Taylor Coats, 22, were trysting in a spa at the Kalahari Resort when they were spotted by a lifeguard. When the lovebirds, who live in Michigan, refused to leave, police were summoned to the water park, which advertises “hair-raising waterslides, world-class spas, kids’ play areas, and diverse dining options.”

    During Mack’s and Coats’s 8 PM hot tub frolics, cops noted, “several families” were “seated at surrounding tables with young children.”

    After cops arrived at the resort, Mack and Coats (seen above) allegedly took off running from security guards. Mack was subsequently tackled, handcuffed, and placed in the rear of a police cruiser, from which he later bolted due to a malfunctioning lock. He was again tackled, this time by a cop, and returned to the squad car.

    Coats, who was apprehended inside her hotel room, was charged with two misdemeanors--persistent disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing--and released from jail on her own recognizance.

    Mack was charged with the same misdemeanors as Coats, but he was also hit with a felony escape count for running from the patrol car. He was freed from the Erie County jail after posting $21,000 bond. While Mack told cops he was a lawyer, his Facebook page identifies him as a sales manager for UGG, the footwear company.

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    Sometimes test photos taken at county lockups find their way into the regular stream of mug shots published online.

    This happened Wednesday when personnel at Florida’s Columbia County jail photographed a male arrestee named Test T. Test (seen above).

    Test, 32, was released without bond, according to the jail web site.

    Test’s arrest joins prior noteworthy collars of defendants like Juan Llama, Donald Duck, a KFC Double Down sandwich, a squirrel, and a disguised cop.