HotDish Hell Police Blotter: Meximo Skunked in Water Debacle

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December 18, 2012 by meximo70


skunkbeatdowncoverHotDish Hell. At 3:21a.m. a man identified as Meximo Gundersen was caught by police violating the ban on outdoor water use enacted by the City of HotDish Hell to combat the severe drought the town has been experiencing over a dry summer.

Residents of HotDish Hell were sent a mailer at the begining of fall to not use their outdoor water for washing their cars, or watering grass, or their gardens for any reasons due to the low levels of water in the lakes.

When approached by police, Gundersen claimed he was only washing his dog because she had just been sprayed by a skunk.

skunk“I thought it a little suspicious that anyone would be washing their dog at such an ungodly hour.” said Officer Chaz Sambow, “Sure, i smelled skunk, but that could be from anything. Even residual marajuana use!”

Gundersen claimed he let his dog out at 2a.m. She ran off into the small grove behind his house and when she returned she reeked of skunk smell. He then went to the Walmart and purchased ingredients he found on the internet to rid animals of skunk smell. The ingredients were: peroxide, baking soda, and dish soap.

“I’m not sure what these ingredients are precursors for,” continued officer Sambow. “but they gotta be precursors for something vile and illegal.”

A separate report was made that evening by Walmart employees about a suspicious person that smelled vaguely like skunk, wearing a black t-shirt and pajama pants and slippers.

skunkdog“Regardless whether it was a skunk attack or just blatant disregard for the law…He violated a recent ordinance. He’s lucky i only beat his dog with my ASP and didn’t just fine him!” finished Sambow.

 

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