Friday, November 6, 2015

Halloween Leftovers

Couldn't eat it all in one day:

"Auburn girl won’t face charges for fabricating razor blade story" by Sarah Roberts Globe Correspondent  November 02, 2015

Auburn police said an 11-year-old who told her mother she found a razor in her Halloween candy Saturday night made the story up.

YOU WHAT?!!!!!!!!????????!!!!!!!!

No candy for you!

After trick-or-treating in the area of Chestnut Avenue and Adella Street, the girl said she had found a blade inside the wrapper of a Hershey’s Miniature, on top of the chocolate.

That prompted Auburn police to post on Facebook, calling the finding an “isolated incident” but warning parents to check their children’s candy “diligently and thoroughly,” Detective Sergeant Scott Mills said.

After speaking with the girl’s mother Saturday night, Mills asked the pair to come to the station Sunday morning so he could talk to the girl. The girl appeared to be upset and admitted she had made the story up, Mills said.

The girl had pried the 1-inch razor blade from a pencil sharpener with a butter knife and placed it under the candy wrapper, Mills said.

No criminal charges were filed."

No need. Parent will take care of the punishment. I know I would, you lying little shit!!!!!!!

Also see: Police search for suspect in Everett High football player’s stabbing

That will put a fright into you.


Colorado Springs gunman identified as 33-year-old

I don't need to read it.

‘‘I couldn’t tell if it was real or not, it being Halloween day, you know.’’ 

Yeah, I do, and I'm sick of staged and scripted psyop crisis drills or whatever mind-f*** the propaganda pre$$ is throwing at us these days.

Globe candy always gives me the $hits