Friday, October 1, 2010

best of the blotter 28

THEFT, PEARL ROAD: Two juvenile males ran out on their bill after getting their nails done at approximately 6 p.m. Thursday.

Police located the boys, who agreed to pay for the services.

MISUSE OF A CREDIT CARD, HAVERHILL DRIVE: Police are investigating a Sept. 23 Fed-Ex delivery of a $500 camera to a man who claims he never ordered it. Police noted that it has become increasingly rare that a thief orders items on a victim’s credit card, then has the merchandise shipped to the victim’s house.

COMPLAINT, YOUNG AVENUE: It is not often that people complain about an overabundance of police attention in their neighborhood.

However, on Thursday, a Young Avenue resident complained that she was tired of seeing police cars drive through her apartment complex on a regular basis. She felt they came through too much

GRAND THEFT, GEO ZEIGER DRIVE: On Friday, a male resident and his wife who live at Four Seasons Apartments, reported 170,000 yen ($1,700 USD) stolen from their home.

THEFT, PEARL ROAD: Someone on Sept. 19 stole 37 packages of anti-flea products, worth $2,500, from a locked glass case at Pet World, 6859 Pearl.

COMPLAINT, DETROIT AVENUE: At 7:15 p.m. Saturday, police responded to a report of a man who was acting and walking like a zombie and scaring patrons of the Red Rooster Chicken and Deli. The man was detained and removed from the scene.


Randal Graves said...

Combine all these disparate elements, and there's an almost coherent narrative just waiting to be told.

Anonymous said...

any interest in taking this show over the airwaves?: