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Funny Events Recorded On An Emergency Log

Mon Jun 06, 2005 10:47 pm

The link below shows calls made to emergency services by the public, and in as much as it sounds boring, some are as funny as hell...

Here's a few from the link;
Carmel-by-the-Sea: Citizen at Monte Verde and 13th reported hearing a female subject yelling and crying out from inside a residence on Lincoln Street. Fearing a possible domestic dispute, the resident called the police. Contacted a 67-year-old female who was found to be the sole occupant. She advised she was having difficulty with an old hand injury and that her emotions were swept away to the point that it caused her to yell and scream. She was evaluated during a welfare check, and it was determined that she appeared able to care for herself.

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Engine and ambulance responded to the reported smell of natural gas at the San Carlos Street art gallery. An employee had detected the smell of natural gas in the gallery’s lower-level office. The area was checked with the gas detector, with negative results. Smell of natural gas turned out to be burritos and Spanish rice being warmed up in the microwave.

Carmel Valley: Two brothers got into a physical altercation. Both parties wanted to make a citizen’s arrest.

Pebble Beach: Valdez Road resident reported that she found a dead bird on her doorstep. (maybe its a mafia sign Big grin)

Carmel-by-the-Sea: A female reported a male subject on a horse was contacting and befriending women on Carmel Beach at Del Mar. The subject was asking for personal information and offering gifts. The female was unsure of the subject’s intentions and felt the behavior was strange.
(well he aint gonna be hard to fin - especially if he goes around on a horse! RLMAO)

Carmel Valley: A male Schulte Road resident requested a welfare check on his 33-year-old wife at their residence.


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