BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Michele Mitchell, a Boca Raton resident who uses the Twitter handle @micheletheresam may reconsider her early morning tweets. Apparently unhappy that Boca Raton Police responded to a domestic disturbance with someone allegedly using a knife in the area of Town Lakes Drive, she took to twitter to complain about the 3:22am call.
Here’s what she wrote: “@BocaPD Time stamp on this video is 3:22am. This cop car has been directly outside of my apartment for about 20 minutes now, doing absolutely nothing but sitting there and disturbing my sleep. Don’t your officers have anything better to do?”
Boca PD’s response is priceless: “… to answer your question, our officers have nothing better to do than serve and protect our community.”
Mitchell, incidentally, is no stranger to Boca Raton PD. It’s not a big deal, but… check out the affidavit of probable cause involving her, below:
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