Police Issue a Warrant for the Arrest of Punxsutawney Phil
Ever since that pesky groundhog made his prediction for six more weeks of winter, New England has been blasted with a record setting amount of snow. Local law enforcement officials there have seen enough and they're doing something about it!
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? The answer: at this point in time most New Englanders could care less. Over the past few weeks they've chucked enough snow to bury that mean spirited groundhog in an avalanche of the white stuff.
Concord, New Hampshire set a record for the snowiest December, January and February, and the most recent storm pushed the total for the three months to 97.5 inches.
Thirty miles north of Concord in a town called Merrimack; police officers are labeling Punxsutawney Phil an "accomplice" in the horrific winter assault that left local residents scrambling to survive. Law enforcement officials have issued a warrant for his arrest.
Phones have been ringing off the hook at the police station lately and residents are up in arms over the fact that this animal is still on the loose. They believe he is in hiding somewhere; possibly underground.
We have received several complaints from the public that this little varmint is held up in a hole, warm and toasty,” police said in a facebook post.
Earlier this year, what is believe to be the same groundhog, assaulted a Wisconsin mayor by biting his ear after the mayor pronounced his hope of seeing an early spring.