Thursday, July 19, 2012

best of the blotter: Mountain Dew, Makeup, and Thinking of The Children

Singing Kids
A Park Lane Drive resident complained about kids running through the neighborhood -- some of them singing -- about 12:30 a.m. July 14.
Police located about a dozen kids in one yard and learned they were having a slumber party. They agreed to go inside.

BURGLARY, WHITNEY ROAD: A “very reasonable and credible woman” told police around 10:20 a.m. July 14 that someone had entered her apartment and used her makeup. The woman said she had lived in the apartment for five years and had someone come into her apartment once, but didn’t report it. She was advised on proactive measures to prevent unwanted visitors.

Let's Read Together
A Forestwood Drive resident said two men have shown up at his door three times, asking if they could read books to his children.
On July 11, they arrived at 9:30 p.m.; on another occasion, they knocked at 8:30 a.m.
They said they were with a service that helps gets kids ready for school and seemed to have a list of children in the area.
When he asked them to leave, they got in a smaller black vehicle and drove off.

SUSPICION, MARINER DRIVE: Police were called at about 7 a.m. July 11 when a man noticed something odd in his mailbox.
Instead of letters or a package, the man found a 2-liter plastic bottle that was filled with a liquid substance.
After police took a look at the bottle, it was determined that the bottle contained Mountain Dew. The resident threw away the bottle.

Since these aren't the best, here's some others from elsewhere, thanks Criggo!


  1. I wonder if the Yardwork Fairies are in league with Ohiostan's Cleaning Fairy.

    "I've had enough of your diner bombs, Coleslaw."
    "You'll never get my mayonnaise, web slinger!"

  2. She was advised on proactive measures to prevent unwanted visitors.

    Instructions for preparing Improvised Explosive Devices can be found on the innert00bz.