As I write my annual, snarky Christmas letter, I’m revisiting some highlights of past years. From my heart to yours. With apologies.
Here are a few highlights of the 2007 police reports in our metro area. As the newspaper says, when they print them, “not a comprehensive picture of crime…”
A man in the 2900 block of Village Circle lost his passport and social security card eight years ago and finally decided that he should report it.
A strong smell of natural gas was reported in the 100 block of E. Elm Street. The caller said the smell was possibly from the stove, or could have been caused by the dog.
A caller said a drunk man was in a tree with a chainsaw in the 400 block of Franklin Ave.
A caller in the 5400 block of Mallard Lane reported the smell of smoke and rubber in the home. It turned out to be the smell from a vacuum cleaner belt.
A caller said a woman was trying to get a coyote into her vehicle near W. 78th Street and Powers Boulevard.
And a business brief…
After years of stating, “I will never, ever work for a large corporation again,” the head of the family accepted an offer from one of the largest software companies in the entire world, leaving the company he founded with no one at the helm. After extensive negotiation, Sarah agreed to buy it for $1.
“I hope to double its value in 2008,” Sarah stated.
Tomorrow, excerpts from 2008…
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