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Reader says alleged adulterous relationship may shed some light on an incident

The disclosure of this alleged adulterous romantic/sexual relationship may shed some light on an incident in which one of the individuals reported to be involved became irate when learning that RIdgewood Police Department patrol officers entered his/her home when they found the front door ajar.

The house was unoccupied at the time; a police officer was making a routine delivery of interoffice mail when he/she discovered the open front door. Backup officers were summoned and a security walk through was conducted of the entire home. Officers found no indication of forced entry and nothing in the house appeared to have been disturbed/out of place. In accordance with police procedure, a written report of the incident was submitted.

When informed that police officers had conducted a security walk through of his/her home, the homeowner became irate and expressed concerns about his/her privacy having been violated.

In retrospect, was there something/someone in the house who the homeowner didn’t want anyone, especially an employee of the Village, to know about?


3 thoughts on “Reader says alleged adulterous relationship may shed some light on an incident

  1. What a sweet picture.

  2. Re: Aerosmith link….
    Come to think of it, with the exception of their self titled debut album, any (all?) Aerosmith albums would apply…
    Aerosmith (January 5, 1973)
    Get Your Wings (March 1, 1974)
    Toys in the Attic (April 8, 1975)
    Rocks (May 3, 1976)
    Draw the Line (December 1, 1977)
    Night in the Ruts (November 1, 1979)
    Rock in a Hard Place (August 1, 1982)
    Done with Mirrors (October 21, 1985)
    Permanent Vacation (August 18, 1987)
    Pump (September 12, 1989)
    Get a Grip (April 20, 1993)
    Nine Lives (March 18, 1997)
    Just Push Play (March 6, 2001)
    Honkin’ on Bobo (March 30, 2004)
    Music from Another Dimension! (November 6, 2012)
    And that’s not counting “live” or “compilation” albums like:
    A Little South of Sanity (October 1998)
    Rockin’ the Joint (October 2005)
    Gems (November 1998)
    Pandora’s Box (November 1991)
    Big Ones (November 1994)
    Box of Fire (November 1994)
    YoungOld Lust (November 2001)
    O, Yeah! (July 2002)
    Devil’s Got a New Disguise (October 2006)
    Tough Love (May 2011)
    …and that’s not even counting the individual song titles….

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