Allegedly, the alleged story occurred late Friday night/early Saturday morning of last weekend. It's hard to tell from the way the story was written.
Police say the call came in around 2:30 AM.
2:30 a.m. when? The story was posted on Saturday, June 4. I assume that the 2:30 referred to Saturday morning.
... they were walking near the Spaghetti Warehouse about a block away when they were approached by three black men with what they called, machetes. The women ran to Fricker's for help. And the woman told them that her husband ran after the three men.
From the story, I assume that one unarmed man chased three men who carried machetes. Umkay.
I have no idea what this part of the story is trying to say. This is allegedly a quote from "Battalion Chief Bryce Blair" who said:
"It is this time of year. and some very unfortunate circumstances."
What? According to the punctuation, that was two alleged sentences, despite the lack of capitalization.
More from Blair's alleged quote. I'm thinking that Blair is some kind of poet who speaks in lowercase letters.
"Some of them are successful as we had the other day. this one. one hopes there is not a body there that the person that went in was able to get out. but, time will tell on that."
What was successful the other day? This one what?
Maybe this is one of those news stories that was created by a computer program and not a human. Maybe the story contains video/audio, which does not appear in my browser setup. Maybe a different news org should be referenced.