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Forgive me, but I HAD to post this.
CherylT sent me this in an email:
LUMBERTON, TX - A 56-year-old man dialed 911 and demanded
that police arrest his fugitive cat. Police went to the
home, but it wasn't the cat that was arrested. Police re-
ports reveal that Lloyd Gregory Coleman continuously called
911 to insist that officers come and arrest his feline, who
he claimed possessed outstanding warrants. Dispatchers
warned Coleman to stop calling 911, but he didn't listen.
When the cops arrived, Coleman let them search his house
for the cat. He also asked them to look for roaches -
because he had a lot of them. Police didn't find the cat,
but they did discover a prescription bottle of marijuana
seeds. Coleman was arrested on complaints of abusing the 911
phone lines, and possession of drugs. Deputies couldn't con-
firm if the outlaw cat was still at-large.
I have a certain theory about people from Texas.
I ain't makin' it public knowledge, though... :mrgreen:
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Some folks have REAL issues. It was probably the dog that had all the outstanding warrants. My cat is pretty evil but no warrants as of yet. :mrgreen:
Texans, I don’t know any personally.
Tc, Cheryl
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Back in my LEO days our most frequent caller was a elderly lady who often found tire marks running parallel to the road in front of her house - usually just a few inches off the pavement. On such occasions she wanted our assistance in locating the marks from the other side of the car.

Miss M was also the last remaining moonshiner in the county. Being in her 80's she had reduced production to just a few batches a year; earning her enough pocket money to pay for coal and buy presents for the grandchildren now and then.

We just let her be.
 

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Miss M was also the last remaining moonshiner in the county. Being in her 80's she had reduced production to just a few batches a year; earning her enough pocket money to pay for coal and buy presents for the grandchildren now and then.

We just let her be.
HA! :lol:
Edward,
I grew up in the hills of KY, where my grandma owned an entire mountainside, complete with old coal mines...
That story kinda brings back memories! 8)
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Never ask a man if he is from Texas.
If he is; he will tell you.
And if he isn't; there is no need to embarass him.
 
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