From the Pioneer Press’ South Metro Police Calls:
Too bad they didn’t get “cold meat” before stealing from Cub (har, har):
Shoplifting: It was reported about 12:15 a.m. Oct. 16 that two people were shoplifting at Cub Foods, 7850 Cahill Ave. E. Police made contact with a 53-year-old man and a 45-year-old woman and could a see a bulge under the man’s jersey that was cold to the touch. The man admitted to stealing meat and had five packages on him worth about $50. The woman had four steaks worth about $30. The man was arrested on suspicion of having a warrant, and both were cited on suspicion of theft.
Well, I guess they were pissed that the levy passed in IGH?
Arson: Police responded about 3 a.m. Oct. 17 to a report of a political sign on fire in the area of Upper 55th Street East and Blackberry Trail. Police extinguished the burning sign, which was for a school ballot measure. There were several calls to police early that morning regarding signs on fire.
At least these weren’t on fire!
Mischief: A resident in the 500 block of White Pine Way reported Oct. 17 that she returned from out of town and found more than 50 political signs in her yard.