Lebo Police Taser Parking Suspect

From the Department of Nothing Ever Happens in Mt. Lebanon comes word that Lebo police tasered Frank Caruso, the 65-year-old proprietor of Caruso's Pizza on Washington Road. Mr. Caruso parked his car illegally in order to help his wife get in, was confronted by a Lebo police officer, and then (according to the department) "went crazy."

I'm sleeping more soundly out here now, knowing that the police have crazy 65-year-old pizza makers who can't park under control. And I'll be sure to park extra carefully. (Note to daughter who's learning to drive: practice, practice, practice.) Bonus: It's a good thing that our suburban, low-crime department has the non-lethal Taser. Otherwise, Mr. Caruso might be dead.


1 Response to "Lebo Police Taser Parking Suspect"

Anonymous said... 2/02/2006 9:57 AM

Amen to that!

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