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Cops Corner 09.16.10

Cops Corner 09.16.10

September 16, 2010

The complainant called police to report a Jaguar blocking his driveway.

Cops Corner 09.09.10

Cops Corner 09.09.10

September 9, 2010

Police received a report of a reckless driver swerving through traffic like a racecar driver.

Cops Corner 09.02.10

Cops Corner 09.02.10

September 2, 2010

A man locked his keys in his car while it was still running. An officer was able to unlock the door by pushing a piece of wire underneath the window.

Cops Corner 08.26.10

Cops Corner 08.26.10

August 26, 2010

Brick pavers were placed in the roadway, and lanes in both directions were blocked. Looks like beavers are taking lessons from the Three Little Pigs.

Cops Corner 08.19.10

Cops Corner 08.19.10

August 19, 2010

Police were called to break up an argument between two apartment dwellers. The upstairs neighbor complained that the downstairs neighbor continually taps on his ceiling.

Cops Corner 08.12.10

Cops Corner 08.12.10

August 12, 2010

A golf-shop manager heard a cracking sound inside the store and knew exactly what it was — the snapping of a club head off the shaft.

Cops Corner 08.05.10

Cops Corner 08.05.10

August 5, 2010

A woman reported that she had put an antique sculpture on consignment in April at an antique store. It was worth $800. She returned to the store on the above date and found that it had closed.

Cops Corner 07.29.10

Cops Corner 07.29.10

July 29, 2010

A man in a fast-food restaurant drive-thru paid for his order with a $50 bill. He received $42.87 in change. The man drove around the building and pulled into the drive-thru again to order a couple of more hamburgers. Again, he pulled out a $50 bill to pay, but the employee said she didn't have enough change and asked if he had any smaller bills. He said he didn't, and she replied that she had just given him $42.87 in change a few seconds ago.

Cops Corner 07.22.10

Cops Corner 07.22.10

July 22, 2010

A large box of roofing nails spilled all over the westbound lanes of the causeway. Wile E. Coyote was nowhere to be seen.

Cops Corner 07.15.10

Cops Corner 07.15.10

July 15, 2010

A woman told police a man selling steaks door-to-door approached her home. His sales pitch was aggressive.



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