CopyRanter has this entry from a small town police log:
A man, 19, of Bedford Street was charged with disorderly conduct and assault and battery on a police officer. He was allegedly selling wreathes without a permit during Festival night. After several warnings from police officers to stop selling, the man got upset and threw a donut at an officer, hitting him in the chest.
A juvenile on Charles Street dialed 911 and yelled unintelligibly into the phone for several minutes. Police responded to the call and found a distraught teenager who was upset because she wanted a better grade and her father wasn’t available to help her with her homework. She received an A-, police say.
A police officer received a minor injury to his shoulder after attempting to right a knocked-over mailbox on Mass Ave. The officer is currently back on duty.
A caller reported a vehicle driving erratically near Hancock Street. Officers on the scene located the vehicle and reported it was a resident who was teaching her daughter how to drive.
A Lexington High School student reported that another student had been calling her cell phone frequently. The other student agreed to cease calling.
An employee of a gas station on Woburn Street reported that a driver had left the station without paying for approximately $10 worth of gas. The vehicle was located and the driver went back to pay for the gas.
Workers at the United Methodist Church on Massachusetts Avenue turned in a small amount of Marijuana found in a bag left on the playground of the property.
Reminds me of this excellent headline from the The Austin American-Statesman (Thanks Sara!)
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