Someone’s 10-year-old son had been crying and got out of control. An officer told them once to leave him outside. The son then threatened to walk into the street, on Pole Line Road.
Even more offensive: her homogeneous outfit
A woman in a blue jacket and jeans was holding a large cardboard sign with offensive information on it, on D Street.
A crying female said a bouncer had embarrassed her friend, on Second Street.
A mild case of the gossips
Someone requested advice on what to do about a co-worker spreading her medical history at the workplace, on Fifth Street.
Holden Caulfield watched from a knoll
The carousel was unlocked and people were riding around on it, on C Street.
Classy pranksters use Dijon
Trees were TP’d and mustard was smeared on a garage door and vehicle, on Glenn Place.
This is why we need the Patriot Act
A male called stating he needs homeland security because subjects are intruding into his privacy and he wants them to be on lie detector tests, at Fast and Easy on Research Park Drive.
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