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Man threatens police with 'raptor attack'

Police arrested a Prior Lake man who was reportedly behaving erratically, which is putting it nicely. At one point, the police report says, the man began to "speak in tongues" and make noises "like a monkey." Then he threatened to attack an officer and said it would be like a raptor attack. South-metro blog Lazy Lightning has more ...
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Police arrested a Prior Lake man who was reportedly behaving erratically, which is putting it nicely. At one point, the police report says, the man began to "speak in tongues" and make noises "like a monkey." Then he threatened to attack an officer and said it would be like a raptor attack. South-metro blog Lazy Lightning has more ...

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