More from “The Police Blotter Heard ‘Round The World”
——-LA Times 5 February 2009
Three juvenile boys phoned police and reported they had taken refuge inside a piece of playground equipment because they were in fear of imminent attack by a bald eagle. The suspect eagle hissed and puffed his chest feathers at the responding officer before flying from the area.
1010 – Traffic Roads – Caller reported dump trucks carrying dirt were dropping dirt in the roadway, where it subsequently mixed with rain to become mud. An officer responded to the area and verified that there was mud on the roadway.