Sunday, July 19, 2009

Police Beat #47

A special edition of infractions made on the 4th of July!

July 4: An owl was found in the former president’s Home. An officer communicated with the owl and it left.

(Comment: Do you think the conversation went something like this? Officer: "Whoo, whooo." Owl, "Whoo, whoo, whoo." Officer, "Whoo, whoo." Owl, "Whoo.")

July 4: A decorated flag was found at the Y trailhead. Police removed the flag.

(Comment: Guess the BYU Police lack something in the patriotism department.)

July 4: Several people in the parking lot of LaVell Edwards Stadium during the Stadium of Fire got into a heated argument. Police arrived and were able to calm them down.

(Comment: Pun intended.)

July 4: A report was made of a child seen alone outside at 1 a.m., in lightweight clothes while it was raining. Police found no child and no parents ever reported a missing child.

(Comment: The veil was thin that morning--some people just have a hard time telling the difference between spiritual experiences and reality.)

July 4: A couple with a small child was reported trespassing in a dangerous construction zone on 450 East. The couple was gone when police arrived.

(Comment: Another Bob the Builder fan -- that or a Primary music leader trying to get inspiration to teach the song My Eternal Family.)

Scripture of the Day: Psalms 24:3-4

1 comment:

  1. These are great! Andrew loves the song "My Eternal Family" (probably because of the words, "I am a builder.." I had never heard it before and he was trying to sing it for me. I thought I had all the primary songs for 2009 but i didn't have that one. I now have it and we sing it all the time. :0)


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