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        Two men in latex gloves burst into a house in the 3800 block of Johnson Street and ransacked it
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        A dog lunged at police while they were looking for someone in the 10 block of Judith Lane
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        A guy ran out of Wal-Mart on South Goldenrod Road with two flat-screen TVs in his arms and actually got away. Go steroids.
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        Two guys acquired a 2006 Suzuki "by use of fists" alone, waling on a couple near Sunlite Grocery on North Parramore Avenue. Bonus swings brought them the man's wallet and cell phone.
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        Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. would convict you for shouting "Fire!" in a crowded theater, but how about setting fire to an empty office in the 4400 block of East Colonial Drive? Yeah, that too.
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        A man was arrested at Bella Casa Apartments on Conroy Road for whacking a woman with a hammer
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        Adjacent apartments at The Pines on South Kirkman Road got burglarized, saving a few steps for both criminals and police.
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        Someone stole a .40 caliber pistol from an apartment in the 700 block of South Ohio Avenue.
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        While a man was asleep at home in the 600 block of East Harding Street, someone helped the valuable contents of his car escape the garage and jump the gate.
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        A man robbed Chase Bank on South Kirkman Road and fled with cash in hand. Cops saw him getting into a cab, so they Chased him down
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        Someone broke the glass door on Las Primas Meat Market on Winter Rose Drive and snatched several packs of Newport cigarettes, but didn't take any money
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        Police found a man shot several times in the back of a housing complex in the 1000 block of Carter Street. He was taken to the hospital, but was "uncooperative" with police. Maybe nobody shot him.
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        A resident in the 4000 block of Kirkland Boulevard saw a shadow creeping past his window and went out to discover that someone had stolen a lawnmower from his shed. The Shadow mows!
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        Hey, Kool-Aid! Someone took a golf cart on a joyride in Village Walk at Lake Nona and drove it through a foam-filled stucco wall
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        Whoever stole a Ford pickup from the Holiday Inn on Major Boulevard got a bonus of handguns in the glove box. Yee-haw!
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        The tasteful thief chooses Gribble Interior Group on East Marks Street as the place to select an antique chair and table and other elegant fixtures
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        If you go to the Elephant Bar on Conroy Road, take your car inside with you.
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        What happens when you put copper wire in a microwave oven? Whoever ripped off Edgewater High School on Edgewater Drive may be finding out at this moment, because they took 10 rolls of the stuff and the employees' microwave
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        It was a peaceful evening with beer at the Ambassador Hotel on West Colonial Drive, until one man jumped his acquaintance and stole his .45-caliber pistol.
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        At Miracle of Love church on West Colonial Drive, someone used the miracle of physics to break a glass door
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        A man walked out of a bar … and two other guys followed him out of Whiskey River Whiskey Store
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        Overnight, someone took DVD players, a big stereo and speaker boxes — total value $7,600 — from a Hummer in the 5700 block of Vista Linda Drive.
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