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Oregon Law Enforcement and “Loud Bird Impersonations”

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A 52-year-old Aloha man was arrested Friday night for firing a gun at his own wall after his neighbors complained about him doing loud bird impersonations.”

You can’t make this stuff up! This is why you should always have friends in code enforcement, emergency rooms, and law enforcement. They have the most amazing stories and make even the crankiest amongst us feel downright normal:

A recent story reported on at OregonLive, from the Hillsboro Argus:

Think that’s loud? I’ll show you loud, August 17, 2010, The Hillsboro Argus

Excerpt: “A 52-year-old Aloha man was arrested Friday night for firing a gun at his own wall after his neighbors complained about him doing loud bird impersonations.

Deputies with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded just before 10 p.m. to warn Stanley Janes that his neighbors didn’t like the loud noises he was making at the home at 878 SW Liberty Bell Drive.

They didn’t know the half of it….” (Read full story.)