Were Eggs Possibly Stolen From Whataburger?

Here’s another gem from this week’s Highland Park incident report. I don’t really understand this one, as Whataburger has always had a soothing effect on my disposition:

At 12:12 a.m. Saturday, an officer noticed that a black 2010 Jeep Cherokee and a house in the 3700 block of Normandy Avenue had both been egged. Later that day, the owner of the house and Jeep reported that his 18-year-old son had been involved in a “verbal altercation” at a Whataburger not long before the eggs were noticed. On the advice of the 18-year-old, an officer contacted a 17-year-old whose residency is split between his mother’s house in Highland Park and his father’s home in University Park. The 17-year-old admitted to being involved in the dispute at Whataburger, but he said he knew nothing about the egging.

By Dan Koller Feb. 5, 2013 | 12:25 pm | 4 Comments | Comments RSS
  • HP_Newbie

    What about eggs?

  • P1

    ^^ beat me to it

  • Khaki

    They were noticed.

  • Doc Finlay

    There is absolutely no eggcuse for this eggregious behavior! The reporting on this eggcident was eggceptional but he headline writer was obviously fried when we wrote it.

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