Sunday, March 23, 2014
A hotel manager had to call police because two women at the hotel were causing a disturbance.
She explained to the responding officer that two women were walking their three dogs along the hotel property, allowing the dogs to do their business on the property. This would not have been a big deal if they cleaned up behind their dogs, per town ordinance, but they did not.
The hotel manager then approached the women to remind them to clean up the dog poop, but it only resulted in a verbal disagreement.
The two suspects became irate and started screaming that the hotel had bed bugs. The two women went on and on yelling and causing a scene so the manager walked away.
In fact, she walked right back inside and called police to have them placed on trespass notice.
When the officer arrived on scene, he found the women walking their dogs just up the road and stopped to speak with them. He informed them that they were being placed on trespass notice and they signed the forms saying they understood the parameters.
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