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A New Mexico man is facing charges after he told police he unknowingly stole two televisions while drunk. The Gallup Independent reports Sage Aaron Cummins was arrested last week shortly following his arrival to the victim’s apartment to return the TVs. According to Gallup police, an officer was investigating a burglary report when Cummins approached him and admitted he had stolen the televisions from the victim’s home. Cummins told police he was “very intoxicated” when he entered the residence. A police report says Cummins said he only remembered knocking on the door and, when it was apparent that no one was home, he entered the residence. Cummins says he did not remember what happened after that. The police report says “He woke up at 8:30 a.m. the next day and noticed he had two TV’s in his room.” The 24-year-old Cummins was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property. He was released on an unsecured bond of $1,500. (https://bit.ly/33wnp2p)
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Michele Williams and her boyfriend Thomas Kail may have secretly gotten married after they were seen wearing rings on their fingers in New York.
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Doctors in Iceland have discovered forty different mutations of the Coronavirus in patients. (https://bit.ly/2UEYc1S)
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A man accused of stealing thousands of respirator masks from a Portland business was arrested Saturday. Some of the stolen masks have been recovered and returned to the victim, who police say immediately donated the returned masks to local hospitals to help with the coronavirus outbreak. Police say 20-25 cases of N95 respirator masks were stolen Friday from The ReBuilding Center, located in Portland. Each case had 400 masks and the total loss was estimated to be nearly $2,500. The victim noticed an ad on Craiglist on Saturday for what she believed were the stolen masks. Officers showed up for the meeting and arrested the suspect, 42-year-old Vladislav V. Drozdek of Beaverton. He's being held in the Washington County jail and faces a first-degree theft charge. Police said further arrests and charges are possible.
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