La Habra Police Converge on Octomom's Pad

Two police cruisers were seen parked outside the infamous Octomom residence on Madonna Lane in La Habra, just past 11 p.m. last night. Three officers stood chatting in the street, backlit by the interior lights of the residence's open door. The reason for the call is unknown. 

In a brief interview with the Weekly, a La Habra watch commander tersely said the call was "nothing of significant events" before quickly hanging up, and this morning, officials refused to provide access to the station's call log, although it's a public record. Instead, we were told it would not be viewable until Monday. Calls to department spokesperson Cindy Knapp weren't immediately returned.

The latest chapter in the Octomom saga involves her failed attempt to declare bankruptcy as she struggles to stave off foreclosure and save the home she and her 14 children live in. Yesterday it was reported a judge threw out her bankruptcy case because she improperly filed the paperwork

Stay tuned for updates, although if previous experience has told us anything, whatever La Habra cops have to say will be fed to the Orange County Register first.

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