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Firefighters rescue cop trying to rescue cat from tree and other bizarre police news
First Published May 15 2013 10:32 am • Last Updated May 15 2013 10:32 am

A cat gets stuck in a tree, as does the police officer who tries to save it; a woman’s incessant singing causes the emergency landing of an American Airlines flight; and a man allegedly empties 57 bottles of whipped cream in this edition of the blotter.

Firefighters rescue cop trying to rescue cat from tree and other bizarre police news

'It was kind of comical' says dude who actually saw this happen File photo of a cat in a tree. (Cadix/Wkimedia Commons)Firefighters in New York City ended up rescuing a police officer Monday after he climbed up a tree in Queens in an attempt to save a cat. The cat and cop were found about 30 feet up. The officer used flares and cones to set up a perimeter around the base of the tree before climbing up, but NBC ...

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