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  • #16
    Leniency is a good way for the problem to continue. That woman will most likely never call 911 unless she needs it's services for legitimate reasons in the future. You give good advice, but it doesn't apply in this situation... She called 911 because of a good looking police officer, there was no emergency or even low priority incident happening.
    Someone once told me that time is a predator that stalks us all our lives. But maybe time is also a companion who goes with us on our journey, and reminds us to cherish the moments of our lives because they will never come again.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by MrJim911
      Leniency is a good way for the problem to continue.
      Very true.

      Just Monday night we had sent an officer to check on a female passed out in a car. Turns out it was an underage female who was at a party and dumped off at her car when she passed out. they tossed her in and left her to sleep it off. Officers checked her and ended up writing her an underage consumption citation. She then called in underage party trying to get them in trouble. She called again after that saying there was a fight going on outiside just down the block from the party. She was eventually arrested for misuse of the phone and calling 911 to abuse the system.

      Doesn't happen every day but they do happen.
      Jason Knecht
      Firefighter/EMT
      Township Fire Dept., Inc.
      Eau Claire, WI

      IACOJ - Director of Cheese and Whine
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      • #18
        No one is saying be lenient...but arrest should be a last resort to anything.

        Last Thursday night, we put out a BOLO for a such and such vehicle, driven by a heavy set black male, with a child who was kidnapped in the trunk...came through DPS, the incident didn't actually happen in this county.

        SUPPOSEDLY a woman changing a tire on the side of the road was shot and killed, and her daughter kidnapped and thrown in the trunk. The juvenile female dialed 911 several times (supposedly from the trunk of this vehicle) and reported the last thing she saw was a road sign that said Buckhannon. BOLO's were going out everywhere...police depts across the state were looking for a kidnapper/murderer...

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        2006-07-18
        Charges to be Filed Against Prankster
        by Carrie Jones
        WDTV NewsChannel Five


        Monday, State Police met with Braxton County's Prosecuting Atrorney to start filing a petition against the 12-year old girl who confessed to an elaborate 911 hoax.

        Once State Police and the Prosecutor agree on the charges, the petition will be sent to a magistrate judge to decide if there is enough evidence against the girl. Then, the case could be sent to the Circuit Court Judge.

        State Police say they could charge her with 15 counts of reporting a false incident for each fake call she mad to 911. Along with providing false information, she's also facing obstructing an officer. State Police say any officer that responded to Thursday night's call could file this charge, which could be well over 50 seperate counts.

        Trooper First Class Bill Huddleston says he still has alot of information to gather from officers before the petition can be filed.
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        Now THAT deserves arrested. Hours of time were taken and resources were drained, potentiallly endangering others' lives.
        IACOJ

        "And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap it if we do not lose heart."

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        • #19
          Calling 911 to get a date is also tying up resources, including a Telecommunicator, a 911 line, and an officer having to go arrest her.
          Someone once told me that time is a predator that stalks us all our lives. But maybe time is also a companion who goes with us on our journey, and reminds us to cherish the moments of our lives because they will never come again.

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