Articles Tagged with 911

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When officers tried to detain a suspect for alleged acts of domestic violence, the man reportedly grabbed a large knife and wielded it in a threatening manner toward the officers in a purported attempt to avoid arrest.

50-year-old Daniel Edwin Kostecky resides in the Two Rivers Inn West in Jamestown, North Dakota.

On December 12, Kostecky and a female companion were together in his hotel room when they reportedly began to have a verbal disagreement.

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A man was apprehended for accusations that he placed over 1,100 telephone calls to 911, and asking an officer if he would like to buy egg rolls.

In a period spanning from the middle of July through September 2, 911 Emergency reportedly received a massive amount of calls that were asserted to have come from a single caller in Memphis.

It was reported that over 200 calls had been picked up on September 1, and more than 30 the following day, bringing the total to 1,171 in two-and-a-half months.

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A woman from Eagle Lake, Florida was arrested after she allegedly dialed 911 many times in a purported attempt to get a ride to a different city.

Sarah Alameh is a 31-year-old woman who resides in Eagle Lake, a city about an hour south of Orlando.

In the early morning hours on June 24, Alameh was reportedly in the parking lot outside a hospital.

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An Ohio woman is facing legal penalties after she allegedly called 911 and reported that she required emergency assistance because her parents had deactivated her cell phone service.

Just before 6:00 pm on February 13, a call was received by 911 from a female who wanted to report an emergency that was taking place.

When the dispatcher began to speak with the woman they reportedly learned that the cause of her heightened state of distress was caused by her parents deciding to disconnect the service to her personal cell phone.

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A man who left his truck parked and unattended while he allegedly robbed a store returned to his vehicle to find that it was in the midst of being stolen.

Washington resident William Kelley left his Chevy pickup truck parked in a near-empty lot in Kennewick early in the morning on August 25, and he left the keys inside on the seat.

42-year-old Kelley walked out of the parking lot for a bit, and upon his return, he saw someone placing a bicycle in the bed of his vehicle before climbing into the driver’s seat.

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When 911 received an abundance of calls from a woman reporting that her boyfriend was being mean to her, the police alleged that she exploited the system by falsifying her need for help.

Last week 40-year-old Mary Ann Parrish and her boyfriend were apparently not seeing eye-to-eye, and the woman was reported as calling 911 half a dozen times in a four-hour period to let them know that he was acting like a jerk.

When a deputy dispatched to the Lacoochee, Florida, home to investigate the reason behind the alleged barrage of calls for emergency assistance it was reported that Parrish again notified 911 while he was already at the location.

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When three women shared an Uber ride in mid-June, they reported that their driver threatened their lives and would not allow them to exit the vehicle.

On June 15, three women who had attended a book club gathering together ordered an Uber to share for their ride back home.

The women reported that after they got into the vehicle and gave their destination to the driver he got on the Interstate and would not speak to them. The women alleged that he was also driving in a way that made them uncomfortable and that he taunted them by acting as if he might hit the center divider.

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On Saturday night while responding to a domestic assault report police were unable to locate the alleged suspect and they employed the help of a robot that helped them track him down so they could detain him.

A woman from Berlin Township had her boyfriend over to her home on Saturday night and the man arrived accompanied by his 62-year-old mother.

During his visit, the 48-year-old woman’s boyfriend was allegedly in possession of a handgun. Around 11:30 p.m. the man reportedly struck his girlfriend before departing her residence and using the weapon to fire shots at her vehicle. The man then wandered into the forested area surrounding the home.

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The mother of a 9-month-old boy has been accused of endangering her child when she allegedly failed to notice that the baby, who was in the car with her, had somehow exited the vehicle. The infant was discovered by people in the area who saw him crawling in the middle of a busy street without any supervision.

27-year-old Ledrika Ford and her son, accompanied by a family member whose identity has not been made public, were in a vehicle together with the baby buckled in one of the back seats. At an unknown time during their trip through Utica, NY, the child exited the vehicle without being noticed and began attempting to crawl across the street.

Passers-by spotted the infant on the road and stopped to assess the situation and assist the child. As some people attended to the crying child, several others tried to call 911 for emergency assistance.

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An Arkansas man may be charged with possession of an unregistered select agent after federal authorities discovered two glass jars of liquid ricin in his home after he accidentally came in contact with the substance and called 911 for medical assistance.

Saline County resident Alexander Jordan is a 21-year-old man who lives in a home with his mother and stepfather.  Jordan was employed by the Jefferson Regional Medical Center and serves in the United States Army National Guard.

Jordan, though unhappy about the decision, had recently concluded with his superiors that it would be best if he was released from his position at the medical center. It was also disclosed that he is currently suffering from depression, and this diagnosis has led to his impending dismissal from the Guard.

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