Earlier today in the 100 Acre Wood, Tigger was arrested for disorderly conduct. Although field sobriety tests did not indicate the presence of alcohol or drugs in Tigger’s system, his behavior was such that he was taken immediately to jail. Although the authorities have been called many times regarding Tigger’s public conduct, this is the first time he has actually been taken into custody.
When asked how he would plead to the charges, Tigger’s attorney, P. Bear, only stated “Oh, bother!” and referred us to his associate, Roo. Roo was unable to comment as he stated that “his mother didn’t like him talking to strangers.”
District Attorney Rabbit was quite forceful in his opinion that Tigger serve some time for his transgressions. “A body can’t just go and mess with someone’s garden! It’s not right!”, said D.A. Rabbit.
The trial date is set for April 1, in the court of Judge Owl.
*Actual picture of squad car not far from my home. I’ve seen him a few times before, but this was the first time I was able to get a picture of it.