New York's Seediest Street
It’s a sunny day and the air is sweet. It makes the head of the security station at the water park think back to earlier days, when she was an officer working in New York City. Some episodes from the incident log come back to her. She thinks: "That street sure was seedy! To think anybody would sponsor all those goings-on. And yet, what was it about that place that made so many people ask how to get there?"
Complaints were received regarding an odd machine in the street making noise and smoking. The officer determined that the machine was not dangerous to the public.
While being questioned on the street, a person dressed in yellow refused to give the officer their name, offering three alternatives instead. However, the officer did not find evidence of suspicious activity, so the subject was let go.
An officer was dispatched to deal with an unlicensed street vendor who was alleged to be hawking a long list of exotic animals. Fortunately, the officer found that no animals had been harmed.
A call came in of a girl shrieking loudly in terror. The dispatched officer found no evidence of physical harm.
Two unkempt persons were seen eating a letter. The dispatched officer determined that the letter had not been addressed to another party.
Reports were received that a large group of people were gathered around a speaker on the street to mock him. An officer was dispatched to disperse the crowd.
An officer performed a welfare check on an old man seen dozing off in public. The officer determined that the man was not an immediate danger to himself or to the public.
An officer was dispatched after reports that an adult man was pestering a young girl with repeated questions. The officer left after ascertaining that the girl did not feel threatened.
A report was received that a person was speaking to a bug on the ground. The dispatched officer determined that the person was not an immediate danger to himself or others.
A call came in about a person on the street repeatedly stating the same word twelve or more times in a row. The dispatched officer determined that the person was not a harm to himself or the public.
A report was received that an elderly man was lecturing passersby on the street. The officer determined that the man had stopped before the officer's arrival.
An officer was sent to handle two men arguing over lumps and lights in the sky. The officer gave the men a warning.
A person calling herself "the Queen" reported an illegal street vendor. A dispatched officer found no illegal activity.