Shit happens–elsewhere

After a long string of controversial police shootings in Humboldt County, little Del Norte County has one of its own.

A 27-year-old Brookings, Oregon, man, who led sheriff’s deputies on a vehicle chase, was shot and killed by a deputy nine days ago on the Hiouchi Bridge.

The investigation has revealed thus far that Eric Jones, whose father said suffered from Bipolar Disorder, did not have a weapon–other than the pitbull he allegedly sicced on deputies.

The dog was also shot.

As the investigation continues, it seems that even the weather to our north is suffering from the negative publicity.

As of Sunday morning, according to this chart, relative “humility” was higher than 90 percent.

5 Responses

  1. Their weather chart is pretty funny. Someone might have had a little too much PBR. Or maybe their humility is being measured after the shooting incident.

  2. It is cool that science has advanced far enough to track such things. I wish one of the papers here could print a measurement of the relative “bullshit” coming out of the County Counsel’s Office and Planning Department:

  3. Let’s hope that the rule of threes does not kick in in Del Norte County.

  4. Anyone notice that Wendy (the Code Enforcer) Chaitin has a performance review at Tuesday mornings Supe meeting. Does this process require public input perhaps?

  5. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Piteously!!

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