A few years ago, a woman named Jessica Jones went out with her husband to a local grocery store to buy some wine for their wedding.
But when she reached the counter, she saw a man who was selling wine bottles.
After she asked the man what he was selling, he told her that it was wine for his daughter, who was on her honeymoon.
So she called police and said she was the victim of a hate crime.
The man was arrested for assault and was charged with hate crime and harassment.
But it was a case of mistaken identity.
The bottle Jones bought had been mistakenly labeled as wine.
That’s because the bottle’s label is in Spanish.
The label on the wine bottle that Jessica Jones purchased, however, was not.
So Jessica Jones called the police, and the store manager was able to verify the bottle was not wine.
So it’s possible that Jessica had actually purchased a bottle of wine and was mistaken for the victim.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 2.6 percent of Americans are homeless.
That number is likely much higher, as it’s unclear how many people are actually homeless.
For many people, finding a place to stay can be the first step toward getting back on their feet.
So while it may seem odd that a bottle labeled as “wine” could be used as a weapon, the fact that it’s actually just a glass can make it seem like the most logical thing to do.
But this is not a crime, and neither is the police investigation.
The incident happened on the heels of a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California.
After the attack, the San Bernardino Police Department issued a statement that it had “no plans to comment further on this case.”
But in a statement posted on its Facebook page, the city of San Bernardino said that the department had been in contact with Jones and was “working closely with her to get this cleared up.”
As of this writing, no charges have been filed against the man in the case.