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Some elderly fellows were spotted by a construction site near 10th Street on Friday. Do not be scared, but the 73 and 72-year old men were trying to hop the fence that circled the site. Police came ’round quickly and asked the senior citizens what they were doing. They said there Senior Home’s cat had gone missing (his name was Puddles). Police then asked why did the elders think that Puddles was at the construction site. They said they just had a feeling that he might be there.
Late last night, a horrible, evil and scary animal guarded the door of Joshua Waldroop’s residence. What was that animal you may ask? It was a squirrel of course.
At around 9 p.m. yesterday, Officer Floyd Warnzool was called to Thai Me Up (authentic Thai cuisine) because of a duck who refused to leave the store. After some talking, the duck agreed with Warnzool that he could only come over before Happy Hour.
Some very aggressive children were selling lemonade on the side of the road. Someone called Bumble Police to alert them.
Sometimes you just don’t know what is going on. On Thursday, police were alerted by a woman that a man was walking around Central Park while carrying a dumbbell and a Samurai sword as he talked to himself.
Just on Wednesday, Bumble Police had to go to Mr. Pickle’s Deli because a bicyclist took off with two BLTs and a jar of pickled olives.
It was quite a scene Friday night in Central Park. Nearly fifty people singing and drinking while singing karaoke.
Here’s an interesting sequence of events:
7:22 p.m., Mortensen Lane. A person who had been waiting for a pizza to be delivered told police that when the driver arrived, a neighbor took the pizza. An officer responded and determined that the neighbor had also ordered pizza.
8:03 p.m., Mortensen Lane. A person reported being upset that he had wrongly been accused of pizza theft.
Uh-oh this doesn’t sound good. On a Tuesday afternoon, a man spotted a pair of unresponsive legs protruding from beneath a vehicle. When police arrived on the scene, they determined that the legs belonged to another man who had fallen asleep while changing the vehicle’s oil.
This person has 911 on speed dial. A caller pointed out how when the elevator goes up, the doors open and then close, and when it goes down, it goes back up, down and up again all on its own.
Sometimes police just have to do what was to be done. They returned a 911 hang-up call and spoke to a female who said she’d recovered from a bad case of the hiccups.
These two are kind of creepy. 1: Police assisted a resident who heard breathing in his chimney. 2: Voices were heard from beneath a manhole cover, but not by the responding officer.
Lastly, a person who heard yelling from underneath a manhole cover encouraged police to come listen.