florida man december 18

florida man december 18

Florida man december 18
An old rumor resurfaced amid a rise in Sinophobia during the COVID-19 coronavirus disease pandemic.
The misunderstanding seems to stem from the word “coronavirus” and how it pertains to a family of viruses.

Florida man december 18
An FBI affidavit charges Tayyab Tahir Ismail, 33 of Pembroke Pines, with posting the illegal bomb instructions on at least five occasions between July and September.
No. 2 – A South Florida man is facing charges of posting detailed bomb-making instructions to online sites frequented by extremists such as supporters of the Islamic State group.

Awad declined the trade, and Gallagher pulled out of the drive-thru to park in the restaurant’s parking lot. Awad then called 911, but by the time two officers dispatched at 1:45 a.m. reached the restaurant, Gallagher was gone. Police then parked up in an adjacent lot to watch in case Gallagher was to return and at 2:05 a.m., Awad returned to the police to inform them that the same grey Pontiac sedan with a surfboard poking out from the rear window was back in line at the drive-thru.
Police in Port Saint Lucie, Florida arrested a man on suspicion of attempting to swap controlled substances for fast food.

1911 Dec 18, Jules Dassin, director (Circle of Two, Never on Sunday), was born in Middletown, Ct.
(MC, 12/18/01)
1378 Dec 18, Charles V denounced the treachery of John IV of Brittany and confiscated his duchy.
(HN, 12/18/98)

Florida man december 18
Shaler posted $35,000 bail Thursday and will appear in court Feb. 7, according to arrest records.
Shaler told detectives he was joking and had come to the business to “thank’ his former employer, TCPalm reported.

Resources:

http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/6-things-to-know-your-top-stories-for-tuesday-december-18/164960/
http://www.thedrive.com/news/25561/florida-man-arrested-for-trying-to-trade-weed-for-fast-food-in-mcdonalds-drive-thru
http://www.timelines.ws/days/12_18.HTML
http://www.kiro7.com/news/trending/florida-man-accused-attacking-former-boss-with-nail-studded-baseball-bat/FN5J3XQEHRAKBIDPMWID6SL65Y/
http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1956

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