Pasco PD Must Deal With a Booger of a Situation
Ahhh the life of a police officer. I just bet each day on the force is a little different and they receive some pretty interesting calls. This incident is no exception -- or as Pasco PD says, "It snot a crime!"
So, once again, the creative writers at the Pasco Police Department did not disappoint with yet another entertaining blog post! Read on and enjoy:
IT'S SNOT, A CRIME. We were recently contacted by an understandably annoyed resident whose complaint was a little unusual: someone is routinely wiping boogers on the caller's vehicle parked on the street. The caller normally finds it when they leave for work.
Who is this boogie-man? Probably a neighborhood kid. But the next question is always, "Is that even a crime?" The answer would be yes. We have a misdemeanor crime titled "Destruction of Property" which, despite the title, covers a variety of actions including defacing and moving someone else's property. This law covers TP'ing trees, egging houses, and putting all the "For Sale" signs in the neighborhood on somebody's lawn.