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December 18, 2012

Elf on shelf wanted for questioning in cookie jar incident

THE SHELF - A Knoxville elf wanted for questioning in a West Hills cookie jar heist was taken into custody today, according to a news release by Mark and Beth Stroyan of Broome Rd. The unnamed sprite was arrested on an outstanding warrant for coloring on the wall in the dining room. He remains on the Time Out Bench, but no charges regarding the robbery have been filed against the elf at this time. Authorities say six-year-old Noah Stroyan was initially considered a suspect in the crime. However, his alibi with Nana was corroborated. "This is a sad day in our house," said Stroyan family spokesperson Mom. "We're interviewing all suspects related to this crime. But if you can't trust an elf to spy on your child without breaking the cookie jar and taking all the white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, who can you trust?"

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