9: 53 a.m. A caller at George’s Guard Shack, 1300 Kansas St., reported a theft.
Note to self: do not call George’s for security needs.
10:41 a.m. A caller with Urban Bleu Salon, 113 W. Elm St., reported graffiti.
Oh, the person that crossed out eu and wrote ue? That was me. I was correcting your pretentiousness.
11:55 a.m. A woman at Springdale Animal Services, 321 E. Randall Wobbe Lane reported a man stealing a dog pushed an employee to get out of the building.
I went to their website to find out why someone would steal a free dog. There’s actually a $40 adoption fee, so question answered. However, I find it curious that the pictures of the animals seeking adoption are all taken from outside their cages. I don’t care how cute the little furball is; it looks like it’s behind bars. Three weeks old and already doing time; that’s a badass kitten.
1:01 p.m. A man at 4181 N. Valley Lake Drive reported a screen torn off and plants disturbed.
Officer, arrest that wind.
3:51 p.m. A man at 809 S.E. G St. reported a man attempting to break into the house claimed to be part of an organization that took over the house.
This is what happens when you ignore those foreclosure notices.
8:05 p.m. A woman at 906 N.W. Princeton Square reported a woman entered her house and said she was at the wrong house.
It’s a hazard of living in a cookie-cutter housing development. The only difference in houses is the paint color, and Whisper of Buttermilk and Crème Fantasia look the same in the dark.