20 June 2016

Police Blotter: Not Your Usual Suspects

An officer intervened between two individuals who were in the genesis of a pugilistic encounter. The involved ruffians were separated and sent on their way.

Welfare Check
Caller was concerned about her brother who she hadn’t heard from in several days. The brother was contacted and said he didn’t want to talk to his sister.

Traffic Crime
Caller reported a driver allowing a small child to steer his vehicle while sitting on his lap. Officers were unable to locate the offending toddler or driver.

Officers discovered a medium-sized dog running loose on Ballyhoo Road. The dog was able to avoid any police entanglement and eventually retreated to its supposed home. Attempts to contact the owner were futile.

Abandoned Vehicle
Officer investigated an abandoned vehicle that miraculously became un-abandoned when police made inquiry.

Noise Disturbance
Officers responded to a noise disturbance at a Unisea bunkhouse. The loud, drunken woman who made the complaint was unable to identify who had been disturbing her sleep.

Suspicious Person/Activity
A man reported being threatened by another man, of whom he was able to provide only a vague description. He asked that officers locate the nondescript suspect and talk to him. Officers were surprisingly unable to positively identify the unremarkable man in question.


Guffaw in AZ said...

"in the genesis of a pugilistic encounter."

Someone's thesaurus is showing...


Rev. Paul said...

Guffaw - "fixin' to tussle" just doesn't have the same ring to it. :)

Old NFO said...

Real winners there... I'd really like to see what would happen if they all had to dry out for 30 days... LOL

Rev. Paul said...

LOL, NFO! Let's see ... an airlift of Tylenol and/or Ibuprofen ... and what's that drug for the DTs? :)

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Is there anyone in that town who doesn't drink?

Rev. Paul said...

It's unclear, WSF.