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    A Minnesota woman was arrested last week after sending threatening letters to one of her neighbors - saying their children looked 'delicious' and 'tasty'.Champlin police say 38-year-old Carrie Pernula started harassing one of her neighbors on September 27, when the unidentified family received an anonymous letter stating: 'The children look delicious. May I have a taste?' Soon after, the family, who have two elementary age students, say they started receiving magazine subscriptions addressed to 'Your Tasty Children'. Police were able to trace the subscriptions back to Pernula, leading to her arrest on Friday. According to authorities, Pernula admitted to sending the letters. 'She was angry because the kids were leaving things in her yard and, I think, being a little noisy, being kids, the way kids are,' Champlin Police Department Chief Ty Schmidt said, according to WCCO. MN Woman harassed family with notes calling kids 'delicious'Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%0:00PlayMute
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    FullscreenNeed Text+4Creepy: Pernula reportedly sent a letter to one of her neighbors last month (pictured), which read 'The children look delicious. May I have a taste?' +4She reportedly continued to harass the family with magazine subscriptions addressed to 'Your Tasty Children'+4A view of the street where Pernula and the targeted neighbors live in Champlin, MinnesotaRELATED ARTICLESSHARE THIS ARTICLESharePernula also allegedly said that the kids were 'always putting stuff' on her porch.She was arrested on charges of gross misdemeanor terroristic threats and stalking. She was released from jail on Monday and is believed to have returned home. The letters have left the family in question and other neighbors in the tree-lined neighborhood uneasy. 'In this case they (the suspect) went way beyond the bounds of what should be done,' Schmidt said.

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    Didn't read, thread format is cray.
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    That's actually hilarious.

    "She was just trying to get a point across that the parents should keep their creepy groin droppings and their things on their own side of the yard."

    :rofl2:
 
 
 
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