Oh My: Misplaced Human Waste, Foot Mishap

We compile the odd, unusual, and 'oh, my gosh' police reports from around the region.

Number two (not one of Dr. Evil's henchmen, the other kind) was a theme in police logs this week, appearing in two places it doesn't belong. We also took note of a man who allegedly ran over his foot with his own car.

Yeah...this is just nasty.

A , instead of in the toilet, at in Westborough. The three kids were dropped off at the Bay State Commons plaza while the teen's mother took their dog to a training class. (Looks like she should have taken her son, too.) The boys ran out of the bathroom, laughing, and fled from the restaurant manager to Roche Bros., where they locked themselves in a bathroom (presumably one that had not been vandalized).

Police responded and the defecator accepted responsibility. He was made to clean up his mess.

I don't think this is one of the Postal Service changes...

The U.S. Postal Service has been making some changes, Nowhere have I read, though, that "special" deliveries are part of the change. Police spoke to the suspects, who were "firmly advised," according to the police log.

Sure, blame it on the scruffy guy.

When I was 7 or so, I gave myself bangs with some of those animal-themed safety scissors. My mother wasn't happy, so I blamed my friend, saying she cut my hair. I don't remember if I ever fessed up to my mother, so I won't be sending her the link to this column. A Milford man must have been thinking along the same lines this week when he called police to report that . When EMTs arrived, however, they determined "the patient may have run over his foot with his own vehicle." Anyone have a clue how that happens? Tell us in the comments.

Christine Blakesley March 18, 2012 at 05:44 PM
In the 1970s my friend realized she was too intoxicated to drive further. She stopped at a now defucnt hotel w/a restaurant surrounded by glass attached to the front of the establishment. Exiting the car she had left her car in gear which was parked in the front lot that had a slight incline. The car rolled backed and ran her over much to the shagrin of the dinner crowd.Her drunken state "saved " her from serious injury. The stupidity of youth and drunkeness. It was a different era then
Merylyn Mezitt March 19, 2012 at 01:38 PM
Drunk or not, I can see how this could happen. But why did he call the police? I guess he just felt stupid. That happens.
Shannon Pataky March 19, 2012 at 03:02 PM
I'm thinking the same thing Merylyn, why would you go through the trouble of filing a false report? I mean, if I was clumsy enough to do it in the first place, I sure as hell wouldn't call the cops to say someone else did it!
Paul Bishop March 19, 2012 at 03:48 PM
To file an insurance claim. The cops document that he got run over, he files ten different insurance claims.. he's not at fault, it's a hit and run by a scruffy guy. This is why your insurance costs what it does. Intent to Defraud is a crime.. and one that steals right out of your pockets. He will be filing for disability for life, and he simply ran his own foot over and called the cops. He's not stupid.. he's smart enough to know how to use the local cops to make his scam bulletproof.


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