BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Turns out even Moses lives in Boca Raton. That’s the only logical explanation at this point for why a family came home to their West Boca property and found burning and burnt palm fronds. There were no signs of anyone having been on the grounds, or any ignition equipment found near by.
In fact, based on a police report, it’s unclear if this is a criminal act, or, you know, a message from, well, you know. Cops are investigating.
This comes just days after two women drove their car into a lake in nearby Mission Bay. They escaped without injuries.
There’s no word as to whether they thought the lake had parted.
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