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Young brothers apologize for prank calling police 25 times

By Ben Hooper
Young brothers apologize for prank calling police 25 times
Two Texas boys wrote apology notes to police after prank calling the department 25 times. Photo by Fulshear Police/Facebook

July 12 (UPI) -- A Texas police department shared the apology notes handed in by two young brothers who prank called the department 25 times.

The Fulshear Police Department posted photos of the handwritten notes on Facebook, explaining the two elementary school-aged children had been brought to the station by their mother.

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The notes apologized for sending police to various homes without reason.

The first note reads:

"To the police department,

The reasons why I called you 25 times are, because I thought that it was funny, to call you and try to send you to the wrong house, to make you think that the people in that house did it, and because I did not want to go to bed. I am very sorry for calling you all those times. Could you forgive me, and allow me to stay in this house, without sending me to jail. I promise that is never going to happen again in my whole life."

The author of the second letter echoed his brother's sentiments:

"To the police department,

I am very sorry that I called you when there wasn't any emergency. We kept saying the wrong address to trick you. We did it because we thought it was funny. Please forgive me. I will do anything to get out of jail if you send me there. I want to stay home. I would never do that again."

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The Facebook post said officers at the station accepted the apologies.

"We all make mistakes, it's how we own those mistakes that makes us whole again. We commended their mom and immediately accepted their apologies. Their sad faces turned into smiling faces, as they exited the station," the post said. "We have to admit we were smiling as well."

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