Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Cat spat erupts on coast!

Okay, once again we return to the fertile ground of police blotterdom, with a lively entry on an otherwise quiet week, as printed by the Ellsworth American earlier this month:
Police Called to Mediate Cat Spat
Written by Jennifer Osborn
Tuesday, February 03, 2009

ELLSWORTH — Maine State Police Trooper Greg Burns responded to a dispute between an East Machias couple who had been arguing over having too many cats.

Burns said the man became upset because it was his birthday and he felt that his wife cared more about the cats than him. At one point during the argument, the man chased one of the cats out of the room with a hammer.

The trooper referred the couple to family support agencies.

Read full blotter report here: [Source]
A week later, the suspicious disappearance of a can of tuna was reported to authorities. What do you think, gentle reader? Did the dread cats do it???
Woman Reports Can of Tuna Stolen
Written by Cyndi Wood
Tuesday, February 10, 2009

BUCKSPORT — A Main Street resident reported someone had been in her apartment Jan. 29.

Reported missing was one can of tuna valued at $1. There was no sign of forced entry.
Suspicious Person

A man reportedly yelled and kicked at passing vehicles on Route 1 Jan. 27 when the drivers would not give him a ride. An officer gave the man a ride to the town line.

Read full blotter report here: [Source]
Yep. Dig it!

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