Indecent-behavior complaint. Woman calls to report male neighbor vacuuming in the nude. Police explain that new town by-law applies only to nude leaf-blowing and not indoor vacuuming. Woman advised to put down telescope.
A 48-year-old Bow Street resident called police about a white, clumpy substance in his yard which he suspects is vandalism. Resident claims the substance was deliberately placed in a crop-circle formation surrounding the site of an earlier swing-set abduction. Officer thinks the white substance may be bird droppings. Resident has requested extra patrols. In the meantime, the Greyote Rescue & Outreach League (GROL) has offered two of its watch-dogs-in-training.
Suspicious activity. Caller reports she saw a person wearing
“Goth” makeup and a
A walk-in to the police station, who wished to remain
anonymous, turned in a toolbox with dog biscuits, a macramé belt, massage oil
and a pair of binoculars to police at
on Tuesday (Nov 10). He found the items stashed under a bench at Spritzing Rock
Pond. Police have not received any calls about the missing items.
Beechwood St., animal complaint. Caller reports a strange looking animal “kind of like a cross between an emu and a wolverine” walking toward ballpark. Police have enlisted the help of a freelance sketch artist.
Older couple traveling north on Rte 3A accidentally took a right turn into the exit lane near the Livingston Taylor Methodone Plaza. A minor “fender bender” occurred but no one was hurt. They reportedly were looking for an Italian restaurant and were confused by a sign for the new Blackstone Cavern. “For God’s sake,” the man complained. “How far does a guy need to drive to find a decent veal parm under $8.95?” His wife was a bit shaken up, saying she thought they were going out for a Mexican meal or a pu pu platter.
reported by AgentSS sallysisson.com