Lt. Ron Driscoll, of the Murrieta Police Department, said the note contained no explicit threats but was suspicious.
Welcome to California in the year 2284. All freedom has been outlawed. The people worship a man on television they call Big Broth... oh wait.
It's only 2013. But that's okay. We're just getting there a little bit faster with some help from a few our Muslim friends.
A troubling note was found taped on the front door of the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley in Murrieta.
“Pray for the victims of al-Shabaab...We Are Watching...Pray for the Christians in Pakistan. He is listening”
It was discovered on Sunday during evening prayer. The note makes mention of the recent mall attack in Kenya and the suicide bombing at a church in Pakistan.
The note did not contain any specific threats, but police are investigating. The Islamic Center is offering a reward for information on who may have left the note.
If the note didn't contain any threats, why are the police investigating? If I got a note like this on my door, would the police investigate?
But don't worry. The perp has been found and let off with a warning.
A man has come forward to police identifying himself as the person who left an anonymous handwritten note taped to the door of the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley in Murrieta, authorities said.
Lt. Tony Conrad said Thursday that the note wasn’t meant to alarm and that the who left it was apologetic. Police have determined the act was not criminal, he said.
They couldn't determine that from the note?
Lt. Ron Driscoll, of the Murrieta Police Department, said the note contained no explicit threats but was suspicious. Based on what police know now, he said the note does not reach the threshold of a criminal act. But he said officers plan to investigate further.
“We want to make sure that we’re not missing something,” he said.
Like dignity. Or the Constitution.
Flavin said officers responded when the note was discovered, took a report and turned it over to the department’s detective bureau.
Due to an article that ran in The Press-Enterprise, Flavin said the person who wrote it had since come forward.
“As a result of the story, the subject that left the note made contact, detectives interviewed him and...they were going to facilitate a meeting between the center and him,” Flavin told Patch.
Maybe he'll learn to love Big Imam.