Sign in | Register now | Like us on FacebookLike Us | Follow us on TwitterFollow Us

Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

Thu
Hi: 55
Lo: 47
Fri
Hi: 62
Lo: 51
Sat
Hi: 63
Lo: 42
Advertise on OnMilwaukee.com

Readers Blog: I Bet You Never Thought About It That Way Before - But You Will Now!

Theft at MPD Headquarters

2938-blogheaderhomicide

(October 11, 2010 - This is a satirical blog, first posted on October 5th,  that seems to have has taken a life all of its own over the last few days. It was not written to embarrass any particular member of the police department. Nor was it meant to show any disrespect to any member of the police department.  Lets move on and take it for what it is.)

Sources on the Milwaukee Police Department leaked information about a recent theft. Police Chief Flynn's toilet was stolen from his personal bathroom sometime over the weekend. The Chief was further outraged because they took his personal stash of Scott toilet paper too. One cannot blame him for being outraged. After all, it is the Police Headquarters and it had to be an inside job.

He summoned his best Detectives. Due inquiry was made throughout the several compartments of the Police Administration building. The bathroom was dusted for prints, pictures taken, officers and persons that worked in the building over the weekend were interviewed and video tapes were reviewed. The best of the best came up with zip, nothing, nada!

Flynn was outraged. After all, he only gets the best equipment for his officers. Why can't this mystery be solved? How is this possible that someone could get into his office, steal his toilet and get away Scott free toilet paper and all!

Sources stated the case is unsolved and the Chief is at a loss of words because he has nothing to go on.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this and other user-submitted content do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of OnMilwaukee.com, its staff, its advertisers and/or its partners. This user-submitted content has not been checked for factual accuracy, and any photos uploaded have not be verified to be copyright-free. It is the user's responsibility to post text and/or photos that belong to that user and do not violate any copyright or intellectual property laws. If you feel this content is abusive, offensive or otherwise inappropriate, click to report and we will review this blog entry.

Rate this:
  • Average rating: 5.0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Talkbacks

Post your comment/review now No Talkbacks for this blog.
Post your comment/review now

Facebook comments

Disclaimer: Please note that Facebook comments are posted through Facebook and cannot be approved, edited or declined by OnMilwaukee.com. The opinions expressed in Facebook comments do not necessarily reflect those of OnMilwaukee.com or its staff.