Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. ERIE COUNTY SHERIFF SATURDAY, JUNE 11 7:30 a.m. -- 11600 block Wikel Road, criminal mischief and trespassing. Unknown person covered a resident's trees with toilet paper and vandalized a car with sticky notes, whipped cream and Saran wrap. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

Comments

Sue Meredith

This used to be common back in the day. We never called the police. Tried to find out who did it, told their parents and they cleaned it up. If we couldn't find out who did it, we just cleaned up the mess and went on. Whoever did this must have been there for a while to do all that the report says.

Bleeding Turnips

 Was there any permanent damage done to anything? It's called a prank, I'm guessing that a graduate or an athlete live there. Let the police handle real crimes, you know saving lives and arresting felons.

When my child was in school we got "TP'd' alot. The kids would find out and go get them back, it's called teenage fun. As long as no real damage is done. You big babies!

starryeyes83

With  the price of toilet  paper nowadays?  

althenaruby

Just a teenage prank? Really?  i've had the TP'ed trees and that doesnt bother me so much...it sucks to clean up but it isnt to bad, but the same kid that  used to TP my trees now does more dangerous things.  I've had my tire slashed, my radio stolen and had a metal rod thrown through my window.  All for his teenaged pranks. 

Bleeding Turnips

 althenaruby

So Toilet Papering is a gateway drug to tire slashing and stealing radio's? 

Come on really?

cmorbimor

My son-in law found that the end of a fire baton, is great to get the paper off trees.  It comes with the territory when you work with older kids who are out to have a little fun at night.  There are school employees who watch for the kids coming to raid their houses.

patriot5
Grocery store employee to Cartman, “Nice night at home, huh? Toilet paper, toilet paper, toilet paper, toilet paper,toilet paper,toilet paper,toilet paper; chewing gum. Hey, you kids be careful with this chewing gum. Don't go sticking it under any tables.”