100 Word Wednesdays – Police Blotter Stories – Flour.
Yet another small, 100 word, piece of fiction based on an item from the police blotter of my hometown of Burlingame, CA. Link to the actual story follows the 100 words. Enjoy. Tell a friend.
By Grant Baciocco
So this was it. This is what happens when you piss off a bunch of bakers. Amanda had not meant to do it. She had merely said that the croissants were a little dry, that’s all. They were delicious. Extremely, so. But they were a little dry.
The bakers had begun yelling at her. Screaming about her ‘common palate.’ Saying she wouldn’t know fine food if it had been delivered to her from God. She’d left the bakery in tears.
That was a week ago. She was relieved when, two nights ago, the phone calls had stopped.
But now this.
1800 block of Sequoia Avenue, 11:24 a.m. July 3 A resident who found flour on her doorstep was provided with conflict resolution information.
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