“Wait, let me finish my donut first”

On his way out of kung fu class Tuesday, 9-year-old Branson Thrower looked up and spotted a diaper-clad boy playing on a second-story window ledge, KTVU reported.

“What I thought was, a kid was going to jump, and that would be the end of it — he would die!” Branson said, according to the station.

The boy and another child were spotted about 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Temple Art Lofts in downtown Vallejo, California, prompting several calls to police, KTVU reported. The doors to the building were locked, preventing witnesses from going to their aid.

This entry was posted in California, To Protect and Serve. Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to “Wait, let me finish my donut first”

  1. Kevin says:

    I’m not clear on why the police had to be there. Why didn’t Branson bang on the door to be let in and wake the parents to tell them their kids are on the ledge? And then Kung fu the shit out of them for being idiots leaving their kids unattended

  2. Rmb says:

    ‘fix the mistake’, sounds like someone will be out of a job.

  3. Doc says:

    And of course the cops priority is to find the parents and screw with them. How about praise the hero kid, fire the 911 folks and apologize to the community for stealing from them for getting paid with tax dollars?

  4. SgtBob says:

    The po-leece said it was a mistake. Damn, Sherlock. You best put that badge back in the Wheaties box.

  5. Westcoastdeplorable says:

    Fucking Vallejo. I interviewed at a Radio station there years ago and when I arrived found that the owner was the only person working there and he was a hoarder bigtime. Boxes and boxes of old paper records and obsolete equipment stacked throughout the station. Sure was spooky and I got the hell out of there.

If your comment 'disappears', don't trip - it went to my trash folder and I will restore it when I moderate.