Officer Emma was called in to a domestic dispute the other night. You may recall the adorable Gingerbread Scratcher home I bought for my kitties for Christmas? I’m sorry to report, this rubble behind me is all that is left of it!
In case you haven’t seen a shot of the adorable little home, I luckily happen to have taken one shortly after it was built last month.
I was out on my evening patrol the other night with my deputy Bailie around 1700 hours when the call came in. A witness called 911 to report a serious domestic dispute. We cut our patrol short and headed to the scene.
The scene of the domestic dispute was ugly! This pile of rubble is all that was left of that adorable gingerbread home. The home had been completely destroyed!
When I arrived one of the parties involved in the crime was attempting to flee.
The other party involved arrived at the scene after the other party left. She seemed quite distraught at the condition of her property.
I conducted an interview with the witness who had called in this dispute. She said the female was in the house attempting to relax when the male came home. He was angry because his evening meal was late. He demanded to have the house to himself. When the female refused to leave, a fight ensued. It was so heated it blew out the walls of the house and also blew the roof right off.
Both of the parties involved in this domestic dispute once again returned to the rubble of their former home. I ordered them to kiss and make up which they did. The male seems to need some anger management. Apparently he often becomes violent when his meals are late. At this point, they are hoping to rebuild their sweet little gingerbread home. Hopefully they can find a good contractor to get the job done quickly.