Friday, October 22, 2010

best of the blotter 29: fall shenanigans

DISTURBANCE, PONDEROSA LANE: A female resident of Ponderosa Lane was having trouble with raccoons in her attic and heard that the critters don’t like loud music. Her solution was to place loud speakers in the eaves of her attic and blast them with loud music. The speakers, however, were outside her home, and the loud music disturbed her neighbor who complained to police Sept. 29.

The homeowner told police that until she had the raccoons at bay, she had planned to continue playing the loud music. Police told her to keep the volume level down, and she complied.

THEFT, INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY: A John Deere sign, valued at $2,000, was reported stolen from a company sometime between 5 p.m. Oct. 5 and 7 a.m. Oct. 7.

ANIMAL COMPLAINT, RIDDLE ROAD: A man complained of coyotes in his yard Oct. 6.

He had two bags with deer parts hanging in his orchard to deter deer. Police advised him that the coyotes were attracted to the bags.

BOWLING BALL, W. LIBERTY: A caller told police that there was a random bowling ball resting on the sidewalk in front of a W. Liberty St. restaurant around 2 p.m., Oct. 8. An officer responded and took the unattended bowling ball into property.

COMPLAINT, DETROIT AVENUE: Police were unable to locate a man reportedly leaning on the side of a building eating tacos at 9:13 p.m. Friday. The man was reportedly intoxicated.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

how about autotuning the blotter?