It was JFK who said "Ich bin ein Berliner." famously in a speech in Berlin. Perhaps you're being targeted for a killing son.
Yikes! That's now the weirdest part of this puzzle.
So I let my folks sleep and called them at noon to ask some more questions. They are both indifferent and used to cops at this point seems. My mom's
stance is that she didnt even have a discussion with them and just shut the door after they told her that:
'Someone is intoxicated and involved in an accident, and gave your address for us to let you know' - Thats all mom has to say about what they
She said she immediately ran inside while my dad stood by the door for a moment, to get the phone and call me (which takes her a while because she
needs to find her glasses too, which she doesn't like to wear even though they're bifocals)
She came back and concludes they were looking around in the meantime at photos from the threshold and also concluded what she told them, that she only
has one family member that would provide this address and she made sure it wasn't her son besides he lives way out of state and said goodnite and
closed the door.
I asked her how long was the door open, she said 2-3 minutes. I asked her if she saw the cop's car and were they in uniform?, she said she doesn't
recollect seeing any car because it all happened so briefly but yes they were in uniform and she forgot about the whole incident once she got me on
the phone, and besides she had her elderly sister in law visiting from Florida at the time, for dinner, (toward the back of the house, at the dining
table, not in line of sight of the entrance) and they were getting ready to go when the police disturbed for a moment.
I did have a heart to talk about asking for badges, asking for details like who said what not 'someone', as well as gave her the precinct# to put on
a sticker near the phone to call if she ever sees cops on her property, before she/dad opens the door lest it be a life emergency.
As for the bank drama, I really think its fishy but at the same time, purely a coincidence. I mean, I've had other drama at this bank over the past
few months, like whenever i go to withdraw they say there is no signature card. First 3 times I visited the branch after moving back to the west
coast, I was told there's no signature card on file and that I can't fill out a new one. The male assistant manager (Customer Service manager), an
older hispanic sounding stocky guy, just looked at me and said there was nothing he can do, claiming there's no signature card on file and suggesting
a new one can't be filled out, either, even after repeating I filled one out - again - weeks ago. Actually, after I repeated that I filled one out
weeks with the account rep named ####, he said 'Noooo', implying I must be lying.
Looking back, it was weird enough that there was initially a signature card on file for years, then months ago when I visited in particular this
branch, there is no sig card on file and I ended up having to fill one out again - where did the original go?! I mean, everythings electronic and
scanned into the system, aside from hard copies, right?!
Whats also bad recently is that they have a sign that says to have your deposit/withdrawal slip completed for the next available teller. But, in
recent weeks they suddenly no longer accept withdrawal slips nor have any out on the floor; you must request one at the teller then fill it out in
front o the teller, Which leads me to conclude fraud is increasing at this branch or bank.
The branch manager was very apologetic each time, though, which is why til now I've left the account open. But, this time around its just to fishy
what's going on. Missing signature card months ago... and now my security phrase/image change to some Berlin slogan.. WTH?!?!