Friday, April 2, 2010

best of the blotter 19: march madness and Easter Bunnies

SUSPICIOUS SITUATION, HAMPTON CHASE: Residents reported Saturday that a suspicious vehicle was circling their neighborhood. The black SUV was driving around with someone dressed up as the Easter Bunny. The bunny was allegedly passing out candy to children. The SUV and the bunny were gone when police arrived.

SHAQ’S PARTY: An officer witnessed two individuals yelling back and forth to one another from across a parking lot on N. Spring Grove around 10:55 p.m., March 27. The officer checked the scene and determined that the subjects were thrilled about “going to Shaq’s party.”

COMPLAINT, WYANDOTTE AVENUE: A woman reported money missing from a bag she kept in her birdcage at 12:34 p.m. Saturday. It turned out that the woman’s husband had taken the money to buy groceries.

AIR SOFT: The mother of a 10-year-old boy contacted police after his friend sent him a photo of an air soft gun on March 22. The boy’s mother was worried that the gun was real. Police checked the gun and determined that it was, indeed, an air soft gun.

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