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BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 01:24 PM
I wish it were a more interesting story but I feel it worth telling anyway so you can watch out for it where you live.

I stay with my uncle in State College, PA to work during the summer and my other breaks from school. Well, he's on vacation this week so I'm taking care of the house and dog. This morning, I was out taking the dog for a walk and I was approached by this really short guy, looked kind of latino, and had tear drop tattoos out of his one eye.

Well, this guy feeds me this long line about how he is in some class and needs to get people to sign up for magazine subscriptions for points and if he gets enough, he wins some vacation to Maui or some such thing.

I remembered a few years ago at school, something similar happened. A girl was going door to door telling people pretty much the same thing as this guy and trying to get people to buy magazine subscriptions. Well, a day or two after I found out about it, the college sent out an email telling students that it was a known scam and the absolutely should not give these people any money or other information.

So, knowing this, I told the guy I wasn't interested and left to keep walking the dog. Well, he followed me for a little bit creeping me the **** out. After I got a ways ahead of him, I ducked down some side streets and alleys to avoid going back his way and made a big circle to get back home. (Poor dog was exhausted by the end of this...)

As I'm going up to the door, I see this same exact guy a little further up the street talking to one of the neighbors. So I sneak inside and I'm like....."**** this guy, I'm going to do a good deed here."

So I looked up the number for the police station, called them, told them what happened and about my past experience with a similar scam, game them the guys description as I was watching him out the kitchen window, and they told me they'd send an officer by. Turns out it is a known scam and they've been getting calls about it for a little while now.

This guy crossed the street and I lost sight of him, but a few minutes later I did see an officer drive by so I'm hoping they nailed the bastard.

So yeah, theres my awesome calling the cops story....I guess the moral is to watch out for people like this guy where you live.

Anyone else have a good calling the cops story?

aNYtitan
08-11-2009, 01:30 PM
You should be proud of what you did

Staubach12
08-11-2009, 01:36 PM
One time after July 4th in my town, the cops were directing traffic at a major intersection and were only letting one road go. After a while, the traffic on that road became normal, but they still didn't let us go. They blocked traffic up for a mile for no reason and I was waiting for about 45 minutes right in front of the road. I got so mad that I called the Police Dept and gave them hell. I later found out later that some cops got fired for their handling of directing traffic that night.

no bare feet
08-11-2009, 01:36 PM
So I looked up the number for the police station, called them,




Hook. Line. Sinker.

no bare feet
08-11-2009, 01:39 PM
I got a susbcription to Maxim from these guys. I got a receipt for my cash transaction and called the company on the receipt and they seemed legitimate. I asked for the cancellation rights just in case. The kids selling the magazines looked like they were straight out of Compton though. I eneded up with 2 years of Maxim for like 55 bucks!

Just looked up the company and they have a website! http://www.pccsonline.com/home.html

tjsunstein
08-11-2009, 01:42 PM
I called the cops once because some spanish guy put a stick into my car window with the intent of unlocking it then I saw him and he ran. The cops got him.

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 01:45 PM
I got a susbcription to Maxim from these guys. I got a receipt for my cash transaction and called the company on the receipt and they seemed legitimate. I asked for the cancellation rights just in case. The kids selling the magazines looked like they were straight out of Compton though. I eneded up with 2 years of Maxim for like 55 bucks!

Well, that's good for you I guess. Maybe it wasn't the same thing though....I've now been told twice by a college and the cops that it's a known scam, so I'm still suspicious...

This guy really did look like he wasn't long out of prison though.

I called the cops once because some spanish guy put a stick into my car window with the intent of unlocking it then I saw him and he ran. The cops got him.

Ah, that's ******.....I always leave my car unlocked and when people ask why, I'm like "if they're going to steal my burnt cd's or my crappy radio, then at least they don't need to break anything to do it."

Brent
08-11-2009, 01:52 PM
One time, I was at home from school and since my car was parked in our garage, it looked like no one was home. Well, some chick and, what I assume was her boyfriend, were going down the alley behind my house (I live in one of those types of cities) and were scoping out the houses for breaking in, I can only assume. Well, I heard someone opening our backyard gate, so I peak through the blinds, and see this ***** in my backyard. I run to my room, grab one my baseball bats, go to the door (seeing that she is unarmed) and quickly swing the door open and yell: WHAT THE **** ARE YOU DOING!?"

Now, I likely scared the **** out of this chick. She was wide-eyed and frozen. She goes, "Uh, I am looking for my friend's house." Funny thing, is that I see through the fence planks that her homeboy drove off pretty fast.

Anyway, I am like, "GET THE **** OUT NOW." She runs off, I called the cops, and said someone was trying to break into my house, so obviously they show up in no time. Explain what I saw to the officer, and even knew what kind of car they were in. They ended up catching these two breaking into a house a couple streets over the next day.

Admittedly, I wanted to hit her with the bat.

josh07039
08-11-2009, 01:57 PM
I called the cops on the drug dealers across the street because I was jealous of all the money they were making.

drowe
08-11-2009, 02:49 PM
when i rented a duplex it got broken into once. they cut the screen and slid the window open. we lived in a very small town, so we left our windows unlocked. but, they stole some money and dvds. and kinda made a mess out of the place. so, i called the cops, and they came, asked some questions and basically told us they'd likely never find the dude.

almost 6 months later, a cop shows up at our door saying the dude confessed. just on his own. never got caught, or questioned. just felt like he needed a clean conscience. he also stole from some area businesses. but, again, confessed on his own. we went to his court date and he got 6 months in jail. and we still get restitution checks from him 5 years later.

also, he got caught breaking into a place after he got out...and now he's in the state prison.

jballa838
08-11-2009, 02:53 PM
Dont knock the hustle.

JFLO
08-11-2009, 02:56 PM
I've had bad luck with neighbors the past two years, so the cops have visited my neighborhood quite frequently.

I live on the third floor and one time my neighbor directly to the right of me was fighting with his girlfriend. Anyways, the people below them just had a baby and the dad was getting furious with the noise that they were making, which led to the baby being sleepless, I guess.

Anyways, the dad comes up stairs and starts arguing with the guy next to me. I'm watching all of this through my peep hole as it is going on. The guy next door opens up his door and starts to push the guy back, almost to the point where the dad (dude below him) almost falls off the balcony and down about 40-50 feet.

Yep...

Then one time, my old neighbor called the cops on some bum because the dude showed him his junk outside a dumpster. Hilarious!

OSUGiants17
08-11-2009, 03:07 PM
Ah, that's ******.....I always leave my car unlocked and when people ask why, I'm like "if they're going to steal my burnt cd's or my crappy radio, then at least they don't need to break anything to do it."

Lol, nice.

Shahin
08-11-2009, 03:11 PM
...what if he's just some guy selling magazine subscriptions?

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 03:23 PM
...what if he's just some guy selling magazine subscriptions?

He could be, but I've been told twice by my school and now by the cops that it's a known scam.

CC.SD
08-11-2009, 03:43 PM
Good deed, bust that guy.

The first time I called the cops I was 4. I had just found out you weren't supposed to and spent a few weeks doing it habitually and just leaving the line open. Apparently it almost got me taken away from my parents because the cops thought for sure I was being abused. I don't really have a recollection of it.

SuperKevin
08-11-2009, 04:39 PM
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So yeah, theres my awesome calling the cops story....I guess the moral is to watch out for people like this guy where you live.

I'll make sure I call the cops next time I see a Hispanic man.

The only time I ever called the cops was when I was 11 years old. My family had just moved into a new house and my parents left me home alone. I was sitting inside when all of a sudden the house alarm started beeping. I freaked out and ran outside. After about 10 minutes of standing in the front yard in the rain with no shoes waiting for my parents to come home, I decided to go back inside to grab my shoes. The house was still beeping. I opened the front door and I heard a slam and freaked out and ran all the way down the street to the Community Center and called the cops. Turns out the battery in the alarm box was dying so it beeped to alert you. That was also when I learned that if the windows are open in the house and you open the front door, it will cause doors in the house to slam shut. My parents came home 30 minutes later to 3 cop cars in my driveway and me standing out in the rain with no shoes. It was at least another 2 years before they let me stay home alone again

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 04:51 PM
I'll make sure I call the cops next time I see a Hispanic man.


Ok, that wasn't the only reason I called.....like i said, I knew of a similar scam from earlier and even the cops said on the phone that this was a known scam.

SuperKevin
08-11-2009, 04:53 PM
Ok, that wasn't the only reason I called.....like i said, I knew of a similar scam from earlier and even the cops said on the phone that this was a known scam.

I know. i'm kidding. Dude seemed sketchy regardless of race(but extra sketchy as a Hispanic)

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 04:57 PM
I know. i'm kidding. Dude seemed sketchy regardless of race(but extra sketchy as a Hispanic)

Yeah, him being really short was kind of creepy too.... Like, he wasn't a midget or anything like that, but he was really short for full grown guy, like maybe 5'5 tops.

Brent
08-11-2009, 05:43 PM
the dude had a teardrop tattoo. that would bother me.

yourfavestoner
08-11-2009, 05:46 PM
Dont knock the hustle.

Thank you.

BB, you're a narc. The dude made no criminal trespass against you whatsoever. If people are stupid enough to give a guy with that appearance money for "magazine subscriptions" then that's their fault. It's a recession, you gotta show some affection.

awfullyquiet
08-11-2009, 06:30 PM
i call the cops when people pass out in my backyard. which happens often.

lucky for me there's normally a cop hanging out at the taco bell a few houses down. i just walk over there...

i call the cops for drunk drivers incessantly though... i call the cops when i go roll critical mass style... when people threaten to hit me with their car while i'm riding my bike... i have the cops on my speed dial... 9-1-1.

CashmoneyDrew
08-11-2009, 07:31 PM
I've never personally called the cops, but this past Halloween when I came home drunk from a banging party I pulled up to my apartment to see two cops talking to my roommate. At first I thought he was getting busted for throwing a party or drugs or something but it turned out our house had been robbed. My roommate had left the door unlocked and when he came home, he found some dude in our apartment robbing us. So they started fighting and apparently one of them got put through our living room wall. Yeah, you read that right. There was a huge hole in our wall for a couple of weeks after that. The rest of our living room was completely trashed and both of my roommates had some **** stolen cause the guy got away. To this day I'm kind of sad I didn't get to participate or see it happen.

JFLO
08-11-2009, 07:32 PM
the dude had a teardrop tattoo. that would bother me.

Yea, I realized that I found that more intimidating once you actually meet someone with a tear drop tattoo...

When you first hear about it as a kid growing up, it's funny...

Then you run into someone with a green tear and it gets all awkward and stuff

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 07:41 PM
Yea, I realized that I found that more intimidating once you actually meet someone with a tear drop tattoo...

When you first hear about it as a kid growing up, it's funny...

Then you run into someone with a green tear and it gets all awkward and stuff

I only knew they had something to do with people dieing, but I looked more up about it and remain pretty creeped out....

The teardrop tattoo or tear tattoo is a symbolic tattoo that is placed underneath the eye. The tattoo has several connotations. Teardrop tattoos usually signify the loss of a friend or loved one. Often, for a male, the tattoo is given to represent the death of a brother.[citation needed] An empty tear signifies that the loved one has been killed or that the bearer has unsuccessfully attempted murder.[1] A filled tattoo signifies that a loved one has taken his or her own life, or was killed by a cause other than murder (car crash, death penalty, etc.) A tear with an empty top and a full bottom means that the wearer has avenged the murder of a loved one. The majority of the 'tear tattoos' seen in popular culture today, however, signifies that the wearer has killed, with the number of tears representing the number of kills.[1]

Tear tattoos, when given in prison, primarily indicate that the bearer has murdered someone, either in or out of jail.[1][2][3] The tattoo can also be given to commemorate a loved one who died while the wearer was incarcerated.

Hollywood
08-11-2009, 07:42 PM
I think I probably have the most embarrassing calling the cops story on this site. Or ever. It's bad.


I was 18 years old, had smoked some green stuff earlier (I never smoked much, wasn't very experienced) and was hanging out at some guys house in Hollywood drinking and smoking. In Hollywood we have this bar called Oceans 11 right on US-1 between Hollywood Blvd. and Hallandale, it's pretty ghetto and the bar is downright GHETTO. It's basically a crack house that happens to sell alcohol to 6 am. Yes 6 AM.

Anyways, we are drinking there after the house, i'm blasted when for some reason I was outside looking for my friend. I thought I saw him and was like HEY HEY OVER HERE from a distance. Well it wasn't him, instead it was the gangsters outside selling drugs. So one of them starts coming my way and I realize It's not my friend (remember I'm stoned out of my mind and already paranoid) so I'm like 'no no not you im not calling you' from a distance. He still comes and now he's yelling at me - what the **** man what the **** is all I'm hearing from this angry drug dealer. I start walking to the gas station next door, he's following me...I go in the gas station scared and out of breath and I'm like 'there is a guy following me out there!' to the cashier. He has no idea what is going on...i try to go behind the counter with him, he doesn't let me...he is freaking out...so then i go lock the door in the bathroom, call 911 and tell them some scary black dude in a hoodie is chasing me.

Thankfully I left before the cops showed up, and for some reason they never called my phone or I never heard anything else about it again from the cops. For days after I thought they would trace the call and i'd be in trouble for making a false call.

What an idiot I was.

I have another story in that bar when a drug dealer pulled a knife on me and I laughed at him. :rolleyes:

CJSchneider
08-11-2009, 08:16 PM
I've called the cops twice.

First time was when I was in HS. I cam home from morning practice of two-a-days to find a Hispanic male trying to break into our house. I caught him as be had knocked in our back door to our garage. I chased after him and he bolted over our back fence. I went in and called the cops. I doubt he wanted to sell us magazines.

The second time was about a year ago. I went outside to move our gabage can down to the street. As I did I noticed what I thought to be a paper towel a few feet away from the garbage can. I assumed a cat had gotten into the garbage can and pulled it out. As I went over to pick it up, throw it away and continue I noticed that it was a white, cloth handkerchief. This next part is gross and weird. The handkerchief was folded and as I approached I could smell something terrible. I lifted the handkerchief and to my amazement, someone had defecated and used the handkerchief to wipe their butt. We called the cops immediately just to report it as an unknown trespasser. The cop that responded had to be just out of the academy and I really enjoyed messing with him, telling him I wanted him to take a DNA sample as I had seen it done on CSI (the look on his face was priceless.) Using some deductive reasoning, we figured it was a meter-reader (if you really want to know, I'll explain how we figured it out.)

WMD
08-11-2009, 08:25 PM
Yes please tell us how you guys figured that out.

Hollywood
08-11-2009, 08:33 PM
You called the cops over a dirty handkerchief outside of a garbage can? Wassah?

brat316
08-11-2009, 08:37 PM
how did you figure it was the meter man

Brent
08-11-2009, 08:40 PM
I am hoping that there was **** on the meter.

WMD
08-11-2009, 08:43 PM
Ah, that's ******.....I always leave my car unlocked and when people ask why, I'm like "if they're going to steal my burnt cd's or my crappy radio, then at least they don't need to break anything to do it."
That's pretty much inviting a small time criminal like "The Peefs" into your car. You should always lock your door.

CJSchneider
08-11-2009, 08:45 PM
Yes please tell us how you guys figured that out.

OK, well, I discovered this Thursday evening. I had been out in the backyard with my kids on their swing set the evening before. So I know it happened between Wednesday evening and Thursday evening. Having been quite the prankster as a kid, I realized this was not a prank or else it would have been on my doorstep (that's where I would have put it). Where the poop was taken (or left, + rep if you get the reference there) is in a spot that is a perfect hiding spot from the front of the house. I have a gate in my back yard, but I have it wired closed so teenagers won't use it as a short cut. I live at the end of a dead-end street and the casual walker usually turns around at the corner/T-section one house down. I suspected it was someone who had legitimate business in the area. I called the electric company and sure enough, there meter-reader was in the area that day. My guess is he got out and about doing his job and nature called. The handkerchief was folded neatly atop the turd [if that's not sig worthy, I don't know what is] and that told me that he at least had some decency (if that was possible at said point).

CJSchneider
08-11-2009, 08:48 PM
You called the cops over a dirty handkerchief outside of a garbage can? Wassah?

Yes, mind you this turd was taken right next to our bathroom window and up against the outside wall of my bedroom. That can be a bit disturbing. I called as soon as I saw it to report a trespasser in case it was some weird SOB in the area. That way if something else happened there would be a report on record. It wasn't until later that I did my "Columbo" thing and ascertained it was the meter-man.

Hollywood
08-11-2009, 08:51 PM
That's pretty much inviting a small time criminal like "The Peefs" into your car. You should always lock your door.

I can see the point though, there probably isn't anything inside his car worth more than the window you have to shatter to get in. It's a pretty common crime too...

Brent
08-11-2009, 08:57 PM
+ rep if you get the reference there
Billy Madison?

EDIT: Also, there is no reason to shatter a window, most (if rolled all the way up) can be popped open with a screw driver. It just comes out towards the burglar and you can reach in and unlock the car and then push the window back in. This is how I got into my car once when I left the keys inside. A lot of criminals know this, so only amateurs smash-and-grab.

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 09:00 PM
I can see the point though, there probably isn't anything inside his car worth more than the window you have to shatter to get in. It's a pretty common crime too...

That's my way of thinking....assuming that someone breaking in actually checks to see if it's unlocked before going all smash crazy....

trkaline
08-11-2009, 09:01 PM
Me and a few other people have went around checking cars to see if they were unlocked, we found quite a few...we found some groceries in one...got rice patties mayonaise and a pack of ultra lite mistys...found the keys in one but we were content in just throwing those...not big on getting a GTA.

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 09:05 PM
Me and a few other people have went around checking cars to see if they were unlocked, we found quite a few...we found some groceries in one...got rice patties mayonaise and a pack of ultra lite mistys...found the keys in one but we were content in just throwing those...not big on getting a GTA.

At least I don't leave my keys in it, lol.....

And I will lock it if I have **** I just bought in there after shopping. But if it's just going to sit overnight or something, I say **** it. Like Hollywood said, it'd cost more to get the window fixed then there is in actual valuable stuff in the car.

trkaline
08-11-2009, 09:24 PM
I'm not a big fan of Johnny law, I understand we have cops to keep order and all that junk but some people use that freedom a little too much. My friends mom used to always call the cops on us when we used to drink in the alley, even when we weren't being loud. We learned though when his mom called him to come into the house it was time to go.

PalmerToCJ
08-11-2009, 09:53 PM
Called the cops the first time for a guy passing a junk check at my work.

The second time it was for an ELEVEN year old kid that was trying to steal condoms from my work lol... That was a great day.

CJSchneider
08-11-2009, 09:54 PM
Billy Madison?



Sorry, no. It's a little obscure. It may be tough.

YAYareaRB
08-11-2009, 10:10 PM
I didn't get let into a party so I called the cops on it.

BeerBaron
08-11-2009, 10:19 PM
I'm not a big fan of Johnny law, I understand we have cops to keep order and all that junk but some people use that freedom a little too much. My friends mom used to always call the cops on us when we used to drink in the alley, even when we weren't being loud. We learned though when his mom called him to come into the house it was time to go.

If I'm concerned for stuff getting stolen or damage, or someone getting hurt, I won't hesitate to call them. That's the kind of stuff they should be doing in my opinion anyway.

I didn't get let into a party so I called the cops on it.

That's pretty bastardly.....Karma can be a *****. I wouldn't call the cops on something that it could be me doing some time, yanno?

SuperMcGee
08-11-2009, 11:16 PM
CJ is just like Artemis when it comes to poop deduction.

jayceheathman
08-12-2009, 02:03 AM
I called the cops once by accident. I was younger and enjoyed calling 411 to here the ducks quack or whatever animal it was. I then ended up hitting 911 and heard "911 emergency," and then I hung up knowing I messed up. I then went screaming around the house saying I called 911. An officer called back immediately and my dad had to tell them I accidentally called and that nothing was wrong.

brat316
08-12-2009, 02:53 AM
CJ is the reference AlWays Sunny in Philadelphia?

TitanHope
08-12-2009, 03:43 AM
Having been quite the prankster as a kid, I realized this was not a prank or else it would have been on my doorstep (that's where I would have put it). Where the poop was taken (or left, + rep if you get the reference there)

Oh man, it's on the tip of my tongue!!! Friggin' ******, can't remember. Clerks?

Also, CJ, everytime you see a meterman by your road, you need to walk up to him and say, "Hey, was you the meterman who **** in my alley?" and then tell him how the police have gotten involved and will be watching him on his routes. Just totally freak the guy totally out, hhah!

Thumper
08-12-2009, 04:03 AM
Well I live in a suburban area and my neighborhood is the target of a lot of stuff so I have a few stories.

1.) One day I come home from school and my house is just torn apart and I'm thinking oh somebody lost something because nothing was really out of place and my mom is usually in a big hurry before going to work so I thought nothing of it. But my sister is like, no, Mom wasn't looking for anything so I call her a liar and continue on for about 2 minutes when I notice that my front door had been pried open. So all of a sudden I immediately go into super pissed off mode that somebody broke in and I call the police and go upstairs with a bat just in case, well I go upstairs and all my stuff is gone (X-box, PSP, Ipod, DS, everything that is small and expensive) and then I go downstairs and see that the Wii is gone. Also, every single drawer in the house was emptied looking for money and every mattress was flipped. Call the police and they bust through the door with their guns pulled out and they are yelling "Come out with you're hands up!" Needless to say I thought that was cool.

2.) Somebody pried open my sliding glass door and stole my moms purse while all of the family was asleep upstairs. That was scary to think about.

3.) This is by far the best one, one night at like 1:00 in the morning I go downstairs for a drink of water and I hear my dad yelling, so I'm like WTF is wrong with him and then I hear him running down the stairs and he runs out the door and takes off in the truck, and I'm sitting here like what the hell? and then he comes back 10-15 minutes later and I ask what was going on and he said there were three teenagers in the backyard and he heard them coming out of the back-yard so he ran to get them and he chased them in his truck for like a mile before they ran into another neighborhood. So my dad calls the police and they show up and the officer flat out tells him that if he would've caught one and dragged him back to our house we could've beat the hell out of the kid for trespassing and we would've got in no trouble.

All of this is because some gangster guy who got money somehow moved into my neighborhood (it is very nice, not ghetto the families make six figures) and now he goes around and hires kids to break into houses. But I think all of the kids are scared out of their minds now just because they suck at being stealthy and get caught all the time.

CJSchneider
08-12-2009, 07:08 AM
CJ is the reference All Ways Sunny in Philadelphia?


Oh man, it's on the tip of my tongue!!! Friggin' ******, can't remember. Clerks?

Also, CJ, everytime you see a meterman by your road, you need to walk up to him and say, "Hey, was you the meterman who **** in my alley?" and then tell him how the police have gotten involved and will be watching him on his routes. Just totally freak the guy totally out, hhah!


The reference was to George Carlin. You leave a crap, you don't take one; obscure I know. In regards to the meter-person, I called the electric company and pitched a fit, telling them I called the cops. They said they couldn't do anything unless I saw the person. Making sure I keep an eye on the person is damn near impossible as I am at work during the day. I have a real issue with the electric company any how. When they check the meter, they don't knock and ask to go to the meter, which is in our back yard. They just go back there, I've come out of the house with a bat before because the SOB just opens the fence and starts walking back there.

AkiliSmith
08-12-2009, 08:55 AM
I am a cop, I could write pages and pages of the stupid **** I've been called for.

Recently, someone called 911 to report their apartment complexes dumpster was full.

Brent
08-12-2009, 09:00 AM
The reference was to George Carlin. You leave a crap, you don't take one; obscure I know. In regards to the meter-person, I called the electric company and pitched a fit, telling them I called the cops. They said they couldn't do anything unless I saw the person. Making sure I keep an eye on the person is damn near impossible as I am at work during the day. I have a real issue with the electric company any how. When they check the meter, they don't knock and ask to go to the meter, which is in our back yard. They just go back there, I've come out of the house with a bat before because the SOB just opens the fence and starts walking back there.
We figured out the date they checked at the house I used to rent, so we left my roommate's 88lbs German Shepard outside on those days so we knew when they were at the house.

7-11
08-12-2009, 10:01 PM
http://www.oddee.com/item_96669.aspx

The nuggets and fried rice ones are classic.

JeffSamardzijaIRISH
08-12-2009, 10:40 PM
My friend once took this MASSIVE POOP in a hotel room and clogged that thing up. The smell was so bad that the lady in the next room called the cops on him.

WMD
08-13-2009, 04:15 AM
I am a cop, I could write pages and pages of the stupid **** I've been called for.

Recently, someone called 911 to report their apartment complexes dumpster was full.
Can't you kick their ass on the grounds of their abuse of the 911 Service?