On May 10, police in Cotati, Calif., received a domestic violence call — an alleged complaint that evidently didn’t come from either of the people inside the home — and converged on the residence. There were four of them.
There was a child playing in the front yard. The homeowners informed police their other child was with them in the home.
The cops knocked on the door then announced they were there because they received a domestic violence call. The husband and wife both reply, without opening the door, that there hadn’t been any violence — simply an argument “with yelling.” That assertion would jibe with the circumstances: There was the happy child out front, who didn’t appear traumatized by whatever had recently transpired.
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