BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We don’t know exactly what the man at 4201 North Ocean Blvd. in Boca was doing with a woman who he brought home and whose name he doesn’t know (we have a good idea, but we’ll jet let you consider options on your own), however we do know that Boca Raton Police responded after he woke up — around 1:20 in the morning — to find that his medication was missing.
A bottle of Percocet.
Incredibly, the man called police to report the stolen bottle of pills, and also tell investigators that he brought a woman home, has no idea who she is, or where she went.
So far, no arrests.
Remember: if you’re going to bring home unnamed partners, you may want to hide your prescription medication.
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