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Published: Friday, April 6, 2012, 6:00 a.m.

Overheard on the police beat

“There is a subject yelling in the background about aliens and curses.”

“It's four-wheel drive, not four-wheel stop.”

“Based on how the mom was lying to me, I know he's primarily staying there.”

“She has been vomiting the last six hours, thinks it's related to drinking wine last night.”

“He likes to ask women if they'd marry him because he wants to marry rich. So if you find the manager, they probably want him trespassed.”

“I'm not sure if they were husband and wife or just … close.”

Previously in Overheards: December, October.
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