Monday, July 14, 2008

Have Mullet will capture

Great description.

Man with a mullet breaks into house.

Of course down here in the South you might need more. I do see mullet heads around, still.

Man’s Mullet Does Him In

A tenacious police dog and a telltale mullet haircut left no doubt among sheriff’s deputies in Kitsap County, Washington, that a 28-year-old South Kitsap man was the person who walked into a neighbor’s home uninvited the morning of June 21.

A 22-year-old resident of Port Orchard dialed 911 just after midnight to report that “a man with a mullet” had entered his home uninvited and refused to leave, according to reports.

The resident told deputies that he had invited some friends over to his new place along the 900 block of Retsil Road East. The man with a mullet, whose name was not released, and his friend walked up to the house with a case of beer and asked if they could party with them.

The homeowner said no and the men left on foot. Ten minutes later, the man with the mullet came back and forced his way into the home. He pushed the homeowner aside and went into the living room, trying to mingle with the people inside, reports state.

The group of people pushed out the man, who the report alleges was drunk. He returned, saying he was a sheriff’s deputy in an attempt to be allowed into the house. The homeowner locked all of his doors and windows to prevent the man from coming inside.

When deputies arrived, they used a police dog to track the man’s scent. They found him sitting outside his home along the 2500 block of East Third Street.

The man said that he wanted to say “hi” to his new neighbors, but did not admit to going inside the house. He later said that he went inside, but didn’t push anyone. Then he recanted, saying that he never went inside, according to reports.

He was arrested on suspicion of burglary and taken to the Kitsap County jail. As of this writing, he’s being held on $25,000 bail.