Thursday, February 10, 2011

best of the blotter 34: crazy exes, dead fish, and a throwdown at the Apocalypse.

SMOKE, N. COURT: Police checked a building in the 900 block of N. Court St. after smoke was witnessed billowing from the building around 12:30 a.m. Feb. 1. An officer inspected the building and determined that the smoke was caused from multiple dryers operating simultaneously.

SNOW MESSAGES, FALLING OAKS: A Falling Oaks resident told police on Feb. 5 that a juvenile neighbor continued to write derogatory messages in the snow of the man’s yard. Police responded and spoke with the juvenile, advising him to cease.

BURGLARY, WHITNEY ROAD: A man reported to police at 7:28 p.m. Jan. 31 that someone had broken the door on his locked apartment and killed his fish.

AGGRAVATED MENACING, PARMAVIEW LANE: A Parma woman, 19, allegedly threatened her boyfriend — or ex-boyfriend — with a semi-automatic handgun.

It happened at about 6:15 a.m. Jan. 28. The man, 35, was in his garage when the woman walked up his driveway and pointed the weapon at his chest.

The woman told the man she still wanted to be with him. He told her to leave him alone and she walked away.

The man told police that a day earlier she had written in her Facebook account that she was going to burn his house down. Police are investigating.

OVI, WEST 130TH STREET: At 3:15 a.m. Feb. 5, officers responded to Apocalypse Sports Bar regarding two men fighting.


Ricky Shambles said...

I so miss the Sun Post blotter. Thank you for this (even if this is not what this is).

Randal Graves said...

Maybe that chicks' simply a huge Talking Heads fan.

And fighting during the apocalypse? Tackling at a football game? Lighten up, coppers!

thatgirl said...

you can get your fill of suburban larceny at . I cherrypick the ones I find amusing for no real good reason.

When I have nothing to say, MY LIPS ARE SEALED.