“You are being slaughtered,” bellowed the hirsute howler.
• Wednesday, May 23 11:55 a.m. A man who left his wallet in a Uniontown store went back to get it, but by then it was gone. He had a suspicion about who stole it, and went and argued with that person outside the store. 1:42 p.m. A woman left her purse in her car…
3:19 p.m. A woman said her ex-boyfriend had called her 15 to 20 times to tell her that he was en route from Manila to sleep on her couch. Police told him to stop making so many couch reservations.
4:01 p.m. A caller reported a man in a baseball cap and tank top carrying out the misogyny commonly associated with these disreputable garments by yelling at a woman and making her cry, then taking a swing at her. Police found her unharmed and the argument verbal only, but they warned the man to contain his furies.
H STREET – Northtown Books welcomes Jeff DeMark for an evening of stories, songs and poems, accompanied by Deric Mendes and Gregg Devaney Friday, June 15 at 7 p.m.
6:37 p.m. Have family disputes ever been successfully resolved via high-volume exchanges in gas station parking lots? Has that ever happened, even once?
5:17 p.m. After an Occupy 27th and Q streets moo-in by seven calves, police deployed to the scene. But the movement quickly dissolved into docility, and the calf contingent wandered back into the feedlot for eventual dismantlement.
3:18 p.m. Arrogant raccoons who have set up a colony under a Wyatt Lane house growl at anyone who looks in on them.
Reads the dispatcher narrative: “Out with one, in a tree.”
• Sunday, April 8 1:40 a.m. A man pushed his female roommate down, so she bit his face. This made him yell. She left. He still yelled.