Friday, August 31, 2012

best of the blotter: graffiti kills

Spray Painting Times 2
Two residents reported finding graffiti Saturday afternoon.
On Lake Forest Drive, someone spray-painted a word on the side of a resident's new truck sometime during the night.
And on Overland Park, a resident found a picture painted on an electric box.
The woman feared it was a gang symbol, but police said that was undetermined.

MISCHIEF, TRADEWINDS DRIVE: A man called police just after 11 p.m. Aug. 20, after he said somebody rang his doorbell and threw a sweet potato at his garage. According to the report, North Royalton police were searching their city because of similar incidents.

SOLICITING, MAYPINE FARM: A man knocked on a woman’s door Aug. 13 at 4:01 p.m. and handed her a tri-fold pamphlet. He told her a bad joke and she told him to leave. The man was advised to leave the area and get a permit.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT, DETROIT AVENUE: A drunken man got his head stuck in a flower pot Aug. 26. He was cited and released to a sober adult.

ASSISTANCE, NEWMAN AVENUE: A concerned man wanted officers to check out a friend’s Facebook page to determine if her posts were indeed sounding as depressing and suicidal as he thought. He was especially worried about a recent cryptic message that sounded like she was saying “good-bye.”
Officers looked into the matter and found out that she was simply closing her Facebook account.
COMPLAINT, HOPKINS AVENUE: A man reported getting a strange voicemail on his cell phone last week. Officers looked into it and spoke with the mother of the girl who has left the message. She said her 6-year-old was just making prank phone calls.

HARASSING COMMUNICATION, EDGERTON ROAD: What one man thought was a conversation with a college friend turned into a confusing encounter with a stranger.
On Aug. 15, the man reported receiving a text message from someone he believed was a friend from Miami University, where he attends college. But as the conversation went on, the man wasn’t so sure who he was talking to.
When the man asked who he was texting with, he received a reply that read, "I am Gotham’s reckoning. It doesn’t matter who I am, what matters is my plan, Mr. Wayne."
He also received a text that read, "When Miami is in flames, then you have my permission to go, Mr. Wayne."
The man ended the texts by saying a police officer wanted the stranger’s information. The man was concerned because he had shared where he went to school, his class schedule and other personal information.
Police tried to call the number used to text the man, but it was a texting service number that did not allow voice calls.

TRESPASSING, ROYALTON ROAD: A man without a shirt or shoes on caused a scene at Giant Eagle at approximately 8 p.m. Aug. 20.
When asked to leave because he wasn’t wearing a shirt or shoes, the man refused. Not only that, he began to undress in the lobby.
The man was eventually arrested for trespassing, disorderly conduct and theft of half a cantaloupe.



    If you're going to purloin melons, why not just take the whole thing?

  2. Because half a cant is better than none.

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