Bluebell, Alabama's police logs for the year 2012 as posted on the town website.

Season OneEdit

1/1 - 1/14Edit

1/4 A dog with no collar was found on Gandy Lane. Fortunately, its owners came forward and were reunited with their pet.

1/10 A woman passed out after giving blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive. She quickly came to and was given a snickerdoodle cookie.

1/12 Police responded to a false 911 call at the middle school. Kids, do not prank 911. It’s not funny and it holds up the line for people who actually need immediate help.

1/15 - 1/21Edit

1/17 Police responded to a noise complaint on Laurel Road. Turned out, it was a family playing an intense game of Taboo. They promised to keep their voices down.

1/20 A man has had his license revoked due to owing over $1,000 in parking tickets to the city of BlueBell. Pay your tickets, people!

1/22 - 1/28Edit

1/22 A small fender bender occurred in the library parking lot. No one was hurt and the damage was minimal.

1/26 An elderly woman called the police to report her mail missing. An investigation is currently underway.

1/29 - 2/5Edit

2/4 A woman called the police department to report her husband missing. The husband was later found passed out at the Rammer Jammer after consuming too many Jack and Cokes.

2/5 - 2/11Edit

2/7 Paramedics were called to CLJJ HS after a student accidentally electrocuted himself while working on his science fair project. The student was transported to a hospital in Mobile . He will not be participating in this year’s event.

2/10 A fire broke out on the front lawn of a house. It is reported that the fire was set intentionally after a domestic dispute. There is an warrant out for the arrest of the arsonist.

4/17 - 4/29 Edit

4/17 Graffiti was found on the stop sign at Lincoln and Hoover. Under the word stop, “hammer time” was written with blue paint.

4/29 Police were called to the 10 block of Glenn Ln after a small altercation between neighbors occurred over property lines.

Season TwoEdit

10/2 - Week 1Edit

Tuesday – Authorities called in to investigate potential hostage situation at the Mayor’s Plantation. Authorities handled magnificently.

Wednesday through Saturday – Many reports of drunk and disorderly conduct at the Rammer Jammer, stemming from arguments over the dissolution of the Tucker/Breeland nuptials.

10/16 WeekEdit

Wednesday – Several reports involve a brazen armadillo knocking over trash cans and destroying two rose gardens. The armadillo has yet to be apprehended.

Thursday – Neighbors reported a breaking and entry at Cody Owens’s house. Authorities arrived on the scene and discovered that Owens had locked himself out and busted his own window to enter.

Friday – Few calls from folks just wanting to talk about the weather. It’s been pretty nice.

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