Part tragedy, part comedy, check out The Blotter. Here are a few of the complaints called in to the police in Taos, NM, my favorite town on earth.
3:09 p.m., Shoplifting, 200 block Paseo del Pueblo Sur – Complaint that a woman with long blond hair, sunglasses on her head, and wearing all black took of organic items and frozen items and left without paying. She was seen heading onto Los Pandos, driving a bright orange car.
Read on for a few more of my favorites!
11:59 a.m., Suspicious person, 200 block of Mariposa Lane – Reporting party says there is a prairie dog trap that may be a hazard to children. It has two long nine-inch spikes set so the prairie dog will stick itself in it.
6:29 p.m., Abused animal, 400 block Paseo del Pueblo Norte – Report that someone threw a live dog into the dumpster behind the Kachina Lodge.
3:56 p.m., Wild animal call, 600 block Camino del Norte – Man reports wild dogs killed one of his steers.
1:03 p.m., Assault, 1000 block of Paseo del Pueblo Sur – Complaint from a woman who says there are some women there threatening to kick her butt.
7:03 p.m., Disturbing behavior, 600 block Paseo del Pueblo Sur – Male subject staggering, talking to someone who is not there. He is by the tree.
4:57 a.m., Disorderly conduct, 100 block Quesnel – Woman reports her boyfriend brought home a man from a bar and they are drunk. She does not know who the man is and would like an officer to remove him.
2:44 p.m., Request for officer, Fred Baca Park – Woman reports she rented a space in the park to have birthday party for her son but some people are in her spot. Wants officer to assist.
3:30 p.m., Wild animal call, Ranchitos Road area – Advised there is an elk cow there.
5:41 p.m., Dangerous animal, 300 block Santiestevan Lane – Caller just got home and his pit bull tried to attack him.