Under rules designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, there is a 14-day mandatory self-quarantine order in place for all incoming visitors to Hawaii that asks them to stay indoors. But one man from Tampa didn't listen.
Keith Lawrence Middlebrook, 53, is charged with one count of attempted wire fraud. He has more than 2.4 million followers on Instagram, where he described himself as a "genius entrepreneur."
A California GOP challenger in Maxine Waters' 43rd District was arrested in San Francisco Saturday after violating a restraining order placed against him by a fellow GOP candidate running against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The injured dog, a female German Shepard named Zoe, was rescued earlier this month after being found by a UPS driver. She was living outside in a plastic pet crate that was lined with hay.
Police apprehended William Berry after the incident and he confessed to "poking someone" because they were being mean to him and he thought she would feed him to the undead.
"As a dog owner myself, I was completely appalled when we received a complaint of such horrific animal cruelty in our community," said St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office chief Randy Smith.
Heather Elaine Garcia, 38, told police officers during a traffic stop that she was named Mercedes and born in 1998. But a records check quickly showed that all was not as it seemed.
Hong Kong police are preparing to face a thirteenth consecutive weekend of protests over China's influence over the former British colony.
Sitaram Oraon, 32, is accused of slaying his mother at her home in Chhattisgarh, India, on Tuesday.
"As soon as he became aware that police were on his trail, he tried to leave the country but fortunately we intercepted him as he boarded his flight," a detective said.
The 7-year-old child was left with bruising on her buttocks, arm and thigh. Police arrested Ana Alicia Nobles, 29, of Pinellas Park, on abuse and neglect charges this week.
Louis Henry Anderson Jr., 15, was detained by Madison County Sheriff's Office deputies after the department received a tip-off referencing his "electronic threats" about bringing a firearm to his school.
Todd Mahon, 51, was arrested by Pinellas County sheriff's deputies and charged with disorderly intoxication after allegedly trying to pick a fight with a pop star imitator.
Keith Mounts, 46, was detained on August 24 at approximately 8 p.m. by officers from the Pasco Sheriff's Office after allegedly threatening to "chop" another individual at his Hudson home.
The driver was arrested in Orange County this week for being under the influence of drugs and taken to jail. Authorities did not confirm his identity, describing him only as a 26-year-old.
Richard Caldwell, 30, was charged with arson and burglary on Saturday after he returned to the scene of the blaze. Despite firefighters' efforts, the victim's home was destroyed by the flames.
"To use and expose a very young child... as a negotiation prop is just about as disturbing as it can get," Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey said after the 39-year-old suspect was detained.
"When methamphetamine is created in this method it creates a chemical reaction that can become explosive," said Delafield police Lieutenant Landon Nyren.
"[It was] either the exit sign or the sporting goods section to get a weapon, I didn't know," one eyewitness told local media, describing their response to the incident.
An arrest report said Trenton James Rich, 19, also put his hands into a karate chop stance and starting swinging them at the deputy. He is facing charges of assault, indecent exposure and resisting arrest.
The child led deputies from the Converse Police Department on a chase from behind the wheel of a black Toyota Tundra. It lasted between three and four miles and at points reached speeds of 50 miles per hour.
Yanser Robaina, 40, of Homestead, had to be subdued with a stun gun for resisting arrest. He allegedly told police officers: "I am going to sue you guys and you're going to end up on the news."
Donald Allen Moran, 55, of Pensacola, was booked by deputies from Escambia County Sheriff's Office on Saturday at roughly 10:10 p.m. on charges of battery and arson, records show.
Father Joseph 'Jack' Baker, the pastor of St. Perpetua Parish in Waterford, was arrested following a tip-off from the Archdiocese of Detroit.
Lenise Martin III, age 36, was detained by deputies from the Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office after the stunt, seemingly intended for social media.
Sexual assault suspect Elvin Virgilio Yanez-Amaya, 27, allegedly told the victim's roommate: "You are going to be mine now, whether you like it or not."
The student who was charged acknowledged the woman was at the fraternity house but denied he had a sexual encounter with her.
The sheriff's office said the seized goods were "literally enough to kill every single resident" in the county.
Hannity—who once invited Assange to host his radio show—said the activist's case brings up "a fascinating legal issue about the freedom of the press in this country."
Behind the outpouring of jubilation and relief, the scene seems set for a possible standoff between the military and protesters.