Scared Man Calls Cops On Intruder, Ends Up Being His Dog Getting Fresh Air
Sometimes, fear just grabs the wheel and drives wherever it wants.
Case in point: I just moved into a new apartment in a quieter neighborhood. And because I watch TV shows about murder more than ones about priests reading that big book about God, I was immediately terrified of getting killed.
I literally slept with the bedroom door locked in a locked apartment.
That way, any serial killers would have to break down two doors and hopefully just give up, deciding that adding my limbs to the human chandelier they're working on is just too much hassle.
So I understand the man in this story.
A frightened 18-year-old guy called Sonoma County Sheriff's Office to report an intruder in his home. The police rushed over with sirens blazing, ready to save the day. One officer said,
They searched the house with the man to find the assailant.
A department spokesperson explained,
They eventually found the scoundrel responsible. They caught the perp red-handed and took a photograph as evidence for the court case that will undoubtably take place soon.
Here is that photograph.
The spokesmen explained the course of events like this:
Here is a close up picture of the criminal. I can barely look at it. Look at its cruel face. There is true evil in its gaze.
I'm sorry if seeing that was difficult for some of you. This world we live in is laced with horror.
This Great Dane was one of the man's dogs. It had stuck its head out of the skylight to get some fresh air.
It is serving life in prison, hopefully.