This is the CRIME I'll have to contend with come next Spring.
From the police blotter of Nevada County, California:
3:58 p.m. - A caller from Joerschke Drive reported two brand-new girls' bicycles in the roadway. (Sweet! I'm moving to this gangsta-ridden hood).
5:46 p.m. - A man from the 10000 block of Adam Avenue reported his son was refusing to come home with him. He said he had custody of the child and had a copy of the order with him. (but does his SON know he has a copy of the custody order??!)
2:07 a.m. - A caller from the 200 block of Upper Slate Creek Road reported a prowler moving around in front of the residence who was repeatedly frightened off by a sensor light. (My kind of prowler, really).
7:11 p.m. - A caller reported she has trapped a feral cat that has been fighting with her cat. She is advised to take the cat to Animal Control, which she does. (Thank you. I was wondering how this exciting story would play out. Now I know).
8:48 p.m. - A caller from Carriage Road reported a neighbor is yelling at their children even though they are on their own property. Caller says this has been an ongoing problem with this neighbor. (I have a similar problem with my neighbor who yells at her dog when he is on their property. It's ongoing. I'll keep you updated.)
6:33 p.m. - A caller reported a naked man is walking down Pleasant Valley Road and jumps into the brush whenever vehicles pass him. He is described as white and in his 40s. Officers checked the area but were unable to find him. (But did they check the brush?)
3:57 a.m. - A business on the 100 block of Spring Hill Drive reported that a man came to the door asking if the firm was hiring. The caller locked herself in and heard the man drive away as she called police. Responding officers could not find the man and escorted the caller to her vehicle. (It's scary when prospective job applicants arrive at your office!)
7:40 p.m. - A caller from Sunset Ridge Drive reported an assault in Lake of the Pines. The victim stated the suspect was anti-law enforcement. (Like many suspects, really).
9:14 p.m. - A man called from Highway 49 to report he was possibly shot at while driving past the Auburn Pigeon Club. (They mistook him for a bird. It can happen. I mean, the vice president did it once, right?)
I don't know, everyone. This seems like a pretty dangerous place to live. But I'll tough it out.