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Author Topic: Mayberry Police Blotter  (Read 7696 times)
Anonymous
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« on: December 01, 2011, 07:53:03 AM »

ITEM! A northern Mayberry truck
driver has charges pending
against him following an incident
that began in Mayberry
the evening of Nov. 23.
According to the Mayberry
County Sheriff's Department,
Charlie Nagel, 45, of Otisville,
backed his semi into the front
of Montezuma's Pump & Go at 10:34
p.m., causing minor damage.
He later told deputies that he
pulled in to get some sleep but
realized that his semi was too
big for the area he backed into.
He then pulled away, dragging
the ice freezer out of the parking
lot. Nagel continued driving
north on Highway 61 to the
Catholic school parking lot,
where he unhooked the freezer
and left without reporting the
accident.
The sheriff's department
received several calls concerning
the incident and Nagel was
pulled over by the Mayberry
police, where he admitted to
the accident. Charges are pending
against Nagel, including hit
and run and failure to report an
accident.

ITEM! An employee at an Mayberry Big Boy
restaurant is charged with
pouring animal medication
into customer coffee with the
intent to poison.
The Blade newspaper
reports 36-year-old Charlie
Ledgard told Mayberry police
that he had a delusion to kill
customers.
A police report says the
Mayberry man went to the
Frisch's Big Boy on his day off
on Friday and poured into a
pot of coffee a drug called
Dextran, which is used to
treat anemia in baby pigs.
Police say another worker at
the restaurant saw what
Ledgard was doing.
Ledgard was jailed on a
charge of contaminating a
substance for human consumption.
A judge set his
bond at $100,000 on Monday.

ITEM! A man
rolled his vehicle, injuring
his arm, at the intersection
of Kirschner Road and
Louis Drive in Mayberry
around 8:40 p.m. Monday.
The man refused an ambulance,
Sgt. Charlie Roberts
of the Mayberry County
Sheriff's Department said.
The car was the only vehicle
involved in the crash
and the man

ITEM! Charles A. Zimdars, 78, of
Mayberry; identity theft by avoidance
and obstructing an officer.
Zimdars allegedly identified
himself as his brother, Charlee J.
Pfluger, when a Mayberry police
officer questioned him about
revving the engine of the car he
was driving, screeching its
tires and showing his tits
at Grace Street and Park
Avenue on November 2.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2011, 03:25:05 PM »



A 36-year-old Mayberry man accidentally shot himself in the foot while attempting to annihilate a pesky squirrel. Charlie Bennett told the Mayberry County sheriff’s department that he was at his home last Wednesday when the rodent began running up Mr Bennett’s left leg.

He told police he then tried to shoot the squirrel with his .22-calibre rifle.

Mr Bennett missed the rodent, and shot himself in the foot instead.

He reportedly drove himself to the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Centre, where he was treated for his injuries.

Deputies contacted Mr Bennett at the hospital – it is a law that all gunshot wounds be reported to authorities.

Mr Bennett was treated and released, hospital personnel told the Mayberry Gazette-Times.

The squirrel, meanwhile, managed to escape. Captain Greg Ridler said that Mr Bennett did not manage to kill it.

He hypothesized that Mr Bennett got spooked as the rodent was ascending his leg. ‘The squirrel scared him,’ the captain said.

Mr Bennett declined to comment on the ordeal.

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Anonymous
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« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2011, 03:37:58 PM »


He hypothesized that Mr Bennett got spooked as the rodent was ascending his leg. ‘The squirrel scared him,’ the captain said.


Quite the scientist, that Captain Riddler.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2012, 08:29:45 AM »

• 12:23 a.m.: A security officer
noticed a truck idling with no one
in it at the intersection of East
Cramer and North Main streets,
and then a minute later it no
longer was idling. The officers on
patrol also had noticed the truck
about five minutes prior to the
complaint and it was not idling.
The officers checked again
and it was not idling

• 1:12 a.m.: Officers on patrol
checked on a black in the 1200
block of Madison Avenue. The
driver had stopped to look for directions.

• 3:25 a.m.: A complaint about
a dog barking in the 1200 block
Lewis Ervin Wendlandt
of West Cramer Street for the
past 40 minutes was determined
to be unsupported when an officer
sat in the location for 50 minutes
and did not hear anything.

• 5:27 a.m.: Ryan Brothers
Ambulance Service transported a
91-year-old man from the 100
block of Clarence Street to the
hospital because he might have
overdosed huffing. His intake worker
also was contacted.

• 10:31 a.m.: Two small door dings
and a scratch in the front passenger
side fender of a 2008
Suzuki XL7 prompted the 31-
year-old owner from the 1100
block of Talcott Avenue to notify
officers.

• 1:45 p.m.: The sirens tested
for the Nuclear Distster Awareness Week
were all found to be in working
order.

• 5:51 p.m.: A 94-year-old
woman from the 400 block of
West Cramer Street informed officers
about some suspicious
knocks on her door last night.

• 11:31 p.m.: Officers were unable
to confirm a smell of unnatural
in the area of the intersection
of North High and North
Third streets.

• 8:04 a.m.: An anonymous
caller complained in regard to
two dogs barking in the 100
block of North High Avenue. The
dogs could not be located and no
barking was heard

• 3:12 p.m.: A snake was captured
in the 200 block of North
High Street.

• 6:21 p.m.: An individual in
the 700 block of Browning Avenue
reported harassing text
messages. An investigation will
continue.

• 9:55 p.m.: An individual on
Annex Road was unruly and
wanted to leave the residence.
The subject was not allowed to leave.

• 10:45 p.m.: A dog was running
at large on Collins Road and
South Main Street. The dog
would not come near the squad
car.

• Thank You!
Country
Doctors
Veterinary
Service
for buying my pig
at the
2012 Mayberry County
4-H Meat Animal
Auction.
Sincerely,
Sam Steinberger


• MR. YOU THANK YOU
Value Implement
for purchasing my
market barrow at the
Myberry County Fair
Haleigh Styer


Thank you to
Hoof and Paw
Vet Clinic
For purchasing my
steer at the Mayberry
County Fair.
Also thanks to all
the other bidders.
Kelsey Skillings
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Anonymous
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« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2012, 08:41:26 AM »

• 5:51 p.m.: A 94-year-old
woman from the 400 block of
West Cramer Street informed officers
about some suspicious
knocks on her door last night.


I hope it wasn't raining. If so, the knockers may have been weirdos.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2012, 10:09:01 AM »

Sheriff Andy Taylor died last month!  I only found out yesterday. 

Did any of you attend the funeral? 
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Anonymous
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« Reply #6 on: August 14, 2012, 10:43:23 AM »

I think all of the above crime happened during the funeral because Otis was running the department from the drunk tank while the deputies where at the funeral. I was out of town on meat animal bidness that day.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #7 on: August 14, 2012, 11:14:14 AM »

He had an itchy trigger finger. When I was a child, he shot me in the leg while chasing me through Ms. Gummitch's garden (I had stolen a turnip). I've been walking with a limp ever since. Whenever I'd pass him in town, he would point at me and laugh. He was a generous man, though, and would often let me beep the horn of his patrol car. I'll miss his rosy face.

The funeral wasn't that great. Ms. Gummitch and old man Anderson didn't attend, resulting in much dullness.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #8 on: August 14, 2012, 11:19:46 AM »

• 12:23 a.m.: A security officer
noticed a truck idling with no one
in it at the intersection of East
Cramer and North Main streets,
and then a minute later it no
longer was idling. The officers on
patrol also had noticed the truck
about five minutes prior to the
complaint and it was not idling.
The officers checked again
and it was not idling

• 1:12 a.m.: Officers on patrol
checked on a black in the 1200
block of Madison Avenue. The
driver had stopped to look for directions.

• 3:25 a.m.: A complaint about
a dog barking in the 1200 block
Lewis Ervin Wendlandt
of West Cramer Street for the
past 40 minutes was determined
to be unsupported when an officer
sat in the location for 50 minutes
and did not hear anything.

• 5:27 a.m.: Ryan Brothers
Ambulance Service transported a
91-year-old man from the 100
block of Clarence Street to the
hospital because he might have
overdosed huffing. His intake worker
also was contacted.

• 10:31 a.m.: Two small door dings
and a scratch in the front passenger
side fender of a 2008
Suzuki XL7 prompted the 31-
year-old owner from the 1100
block of Talcott Avenue to notify
officers.

• 1:45 p.m.: The sirens tested
for the Nuclear Distster Awareness Week
were all found to be in working
order.

• 5:51 p.m.: A 94-year-old
woman from the 400 block of
West Cramer Street informed officers
about some suspicious
knocks on her door last night.

• 11:31 p.m.: Officers were unable
to confirm a smell of unnatural
in the area of the intersection
of North High and North
Third streets.

• 8:04 a.m.: An anonymous
caller complained in regard to
two dogs barking in the 100
block of North High Avenue. The
dogs could not be located and no
barking was heard

• 3:12 p.m.: A snake was captured
in the 200 block of North
High Street.

• 6:21 p.m.: An individual in
the 700 block of Browning Avenue
reported harassing text
messages. An investigation will
continue.

• 9:55 p.m.: An individual on
Annex Road was unruly and
wanted to leave the residence.
The subject was not allowed to leave.

• 10:45 p.m.: A dog was running
at large on Collins Road and
South Main Street. The dog
would not come near the squad
car.

• Thank You!
Country
Doctors
Veterinary
Service
for buying my pig
at the
2012 Mayberry County
4-H Meat Animal
Auction.
Sincerely,
Sam Steinberger


• MR. YOU THANK YOU
Value Implement
for purchasing my
market barrow at the
Myberry County Fair
Haleigh Styer


Thank you to
Hoof and Paw
Vet Clinic
For purchasing my
steer at the Mayberry
County Fair.
Also thanks to all
the other bidders.
Kelsey Skillings

The dogs are raising hell.
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Anonymous
Guest
« Reply #9 on: August 14, 2012, 11:39:35 AM »

Dagonit, this town has really gone to the pits since the humans moved in.

- Mr. Barnabas Marsh
President, Marsh's Deep Sea Delights and Delicacies
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Anonymous
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« Reply #10 on: August 24, 2012, 01:37:50 PM »

http://www.wsaz.com/news/headlines/121131029.html
bastard
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Anonymous
Guest
« Reply #11 on: August 24, 2012, 02:37:48 PM »

Deputies say they found a pornographic photo a few feet from the goat.

Oh, Mayberry, my Mayberry.
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Anonymous
Guest
« Reply #12 on: August 24, 2012, 04:37:04 PM »

It's not the same since Sheriff Andy died.
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Anonymous
Guest
« Reply #13 on: August 24, 2012, 05:11:19 PM »

I believe I saw his ghost when I was walking down Oak Street the other day. It could have just been a fox, though.
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Anonymous
Guest
« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2012, 02:57:48 PM »

PHONE COMPLAINT -
Employees at Remedy
Intelligent Sniffing, 1807
N. Center St., reported on
Wednesday at 11 a.m. that
they had gotten 80 phone
calls where someone was
laughing and calling them
idiots. Police took the
information for a possible
harassment report.


UNDERAGE DRINKING
¦ Police arrested a 16-year-old
Mayberry boy for underage alcohol consumption
and a 25-year-old West Mayberry
man for furnishing alcohol to a minor at
the Mayberry County Fair at 6:07 p.m. Aug.
5. An officer on patrol said he saw the teen
dancing while a band was playing and the
teen appeared to be intoxicated. He later
saw the old man buy ten pitchers of
beer. The teen then drank beer from all
of the pitchers.


DISORDERLY CONDUCT
¦ Police arrested an 18-year-old Mayberry
 man for disorderly conduct at
the Mayberry County Fair at 6:09 p.m. Aug.
5. The teen started yelling obscenities at
officers who were arresting another teen
for underage alcohol consumption.
¦ Police arrested a 24-year-old
Mayberry Grove man for disorderly conduct
at the Mayberry County Fair at 8:21
p.m. Aug. 3. An officer saw the man urinating
in a public trough.

COUNTERFEIT CASH
¦ An employee of a bank in the 2000
block of Washington Street turned over a
counterfeit $2 bill to police at 9:46 a.m.
Aug. 2. The money was collected by a food
vendor at the Mayberry County Fair and
identified by a counting machine at the
bank. The bill was turned over to the U.S.
Secret Service.


DISORDERLY CONDUCT
¦ Police cited a 43-year-old Mayberry
man for disorderly conduct at 10:23 a.m.
Aug. 8. The man reportedly went into a
gas station in the 11100 block of North
Port Mayberry Road and took what he
thought was a hot dog. He bit into it,
determined it was a cheddar brat and put
it back. Employees confronted him and he
used vulgar language. Police were called
and found the man working at a nearby
construction site. He later paid for the
brat.


DRUNKEN DRIVE
¦ Police arrested a 58-year-old
Mayberryville man for third-offense operating
while intoxicated at 2:06 p.m. Aug. 6 in
the 11300 block of North Cedarburg Road.
The man was riding a motorcycle.
Another motorcyclist followed him from
Germantown after noticing erratic driving.
The man nearly hit a garbage truck at
one point. He failed. A blood sample was taken
for testing.

BURGLARY
¦ Police are investigating a burglary
with forced entry in the 12400 block of
North Golf Drive that occurred between
11:40 a.m. and 12:40 p.m. Aug. 8. Jewelry
worth $2.40 was taken.

RESISTING AN OFFICER
¦ Police arrested a 24-year-old
Mayberry man for resisting a police officer
at 10:47 a.m. Aug. 8 at Mayberry Pine
Village Hall. The man was appearing at
Mid-Mayberry Municipal Court. When he
walked into the courtroom, an officer said
there was strong odor of marijuana. After
his case was completed, the officer
stopped him and started to search him. He
pulled away and ran out the door. A foot
chase ensued through the nearby fish ladder
area a. Police lost him, but he later was
located at a restaurant
on Donges Bay Road in Mayberry. He
was taken into custody and transported to
the county jail.


MISCELLANY
July 31, 2012 at 6:10 p.m.,Police
responded to a residence on S. Pine
Street and attempted to locate a
mailbox for paper. He was
not home at the time.

August 1, 2012 at 11:30 a.m., Police
arrested a funeral procession
on Highway 8 at Maple Street.
August 1, 2012 at 5:30 p.m.
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