Cops Do Not Like to Be Called For Arguments Over Ho Hos

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By far our favorite police blotter item of the day, courtesy of the Medina Sun:

HO HO BROUHAHA, BRANDYWINE: A 37-year-old male and his 30-year-old niece, who lived with their mother and grandmother, respectively, began arguing over a box of Ho Hos on Jan. 25. The homeowner became annoyed with the two adults and called police to the Brandywine Drive home. An officer responded around 10:55 p.m. and told both offenders to start acting like adults.

Please only call the authorities if the fight is over Twinkies or something else of significant importance.

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