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Arcata Police Log: If you’re wearing blue pants, you might be part of the problem

Arcata Police Log: If you’re wearing blue pants, you might be part of the problem

• Tuesday, February 3 9 a.m. A Percheron Lane houseguest went nutso, screaming and throwing things about. Police were summoned to extract her.  9:17 a.m. A quartet of sitabouts in a Valley West shopping center sat amid a swirling vortex of personal possessions, throwing things at each other and screaming. 10:16 a.m. Yelling and aggression

Arcata Police Log: Bearded zounderkite hellifies variety store, sunders liberal media

• Friday, January 22 1:58 p.m. A fustilarian fusspot with issues on the Plaza. Well that’s new.  4:14 p.m. An older gent in a hoodie brought Plaza-grade delirium to Sunny Brae Center, disturbing peaceable shoppers in the sleepy shire with his big-city bleatings.  5:10 p.m. A drunken disturbo threw things around at a Sunny Brae

Arcata Police Log: Barefaced COVID deniers engulf retail wage earners in their biohazard blizzard

• Christmas 7:54 a.m. Another maskhole chose this particular morning to spread sour feelings and any on-board diseases at a Sunny Brae supermarket by refusing to cover his writhing face-hole and stealing a cup of coffee. The yuletide yahoo lurked in his hoodie outside the store, sipping and slurping the ill-gotten java in the eye of his personal droplet blizzard until moved along. 

Arcata Police Log: Barefaced COVID deniers engulf retail wage earners in their biohazard blizzard

• Sunday, December 20 3:32 a.m. A bear was reported roaming the roadway near a Trinidad casino. 7:26 a.m. An H Street upstairs-downstairs tenant dispute devolved into someone “jumping on the ceiling.” Wait, what? 5:29 p.m. A friendly, tagless Husky wandered into a Valley West store, its origins and backstory unknown. • Monday, December 9:05

Arcata Police Log: Varying grades of chicanery to suit any malefactor’s ambition and budget

2:26 p.m. Science tells us that the only known faster-than-light phenomena in the universe are hypothetical tachyons and the speed at which a slithy tove removes purses, wallets and debit/credit cards from an unlocked vehicle. The latest victim, on 24th Street, discovered and immediately reported the theft, but the tachyon-tove had already squandered her funds on toys and candy.

Arcata Police Log: Maybe some day science will supply us with explanations for all this

• Friday, November 6 4:45 a.m. A man was reported pulling a loudspeaker on Valley West Boulevard, which never sleeps – and this is a typical reason why. 5:17 a.m. An ideal time for an invigorating Eye Street lawn scream. 7:32 a.m. Two liquid breakfasters got their morning guzzle on at the transit center, where

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