Woman Takes Beer for Walk in Child's Wagon

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It's Thursday, and that means Cleveland.com will be pumping out police blotters from around Northeast Ohio all day. Our favorite, by far, is this one from the Sun News covering Seven Hills:

OPEN CONTAINER, CROSSVIEW ROAD: A 48-year-old woman from Seven Hills was cited July 28 for having an open bottle of beer in a child’s wagon she was pulling at 1:20 a.m. in the 6500 block of Crossview.

When stopped by police, she said she was walking her puppy. But there was no puppy in the wagon. Instead, under a newspaper, police found an open beer.

You have to treat your beer right, folks. Be gentle, respectful, pamper it.

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