Breaking up is hard to do (when cops are called)
A stolen wallet, a love letter left on the car windshield, a trespassing warning, a call to 911—this is definitely not a lesson in how to win back your boyfriend.
A 36-year-old man tells police that his boyfriend wants him back—and stole his wallet from the glove compartment of his car and left a note to prove it. Oh, the Blotter Diva from Creative Loafing always keeps us entertained:
On Sand Dollar Court, a 36-year-old man said his former boyfriend showed up around 10 a.m. and stole his wallet from his car parked in the driveway. The 36-year-old man said he saw this happen from his upstairs window. He said his ex-boyfriend knows that he keeps his wallet in the glove compartment. (Blotter note: The man did not explain why he prefers to store his wallet in his car instead of his apartment.)
He said his ex-boyfriend also left a letter on the car windshield – and the letter stated that the ex-boyfriend wants to get back together. The man said his ex-boyfriend calls him and leaves messages on his phone.
Turns out, the same reporting officer gave the ex-boyfriend a trespassing warning about two weeks prior, instructing him to stay away from the man’s home on Sand Dollar Court. The officer told the man to call 911 if he sees the ex-boyfriend again.
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