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Woman Calls 911 for Help Ordering Chinese Food

Maybe she needed help pronouncing Kung Pao Chicken or needed someone to explain the difference between lo mein and chow mein noodles.  Whatever the real reason, Elizabeth Niemi considered it an emergency and called 911 for help to order her Chinese food.

When Hooksett police arrived, they expected the 57-year-old woman to be needing emergency medical attention.  Instead, Niemi explained that…

Tampa Man Arrested for Calling 911 More than 1,200 Times Since December

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office was baffled to receive 1,200 calls from the same unregistered cell phone number since December 2012.

The calls averaged to about 27 calls per day.

Authorities responded to several of these calls, sometimes dispatching K-9 deputies and air service, but were unable to find the source of the calls.

The caller, a male, sometimes babbled endlessly. …

Woman Calls 911 to Ask for Cigarettes

Texas woman Linda White, 48, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of suspicion of making an abusive call to 911.

White called 911 and reported, “I need some cigarettes.”

She gave her name as “Gary Roberts” before telling the dispatcher she “forgot how to spell my last name.”

White eventually told the dispatcher, “I think I dialled the wrong number,” before she hung up. But t…

Man Pocket-Dials 911 While Talking About Selling Drugs

A 19-year-old was in a big surprise when he found out 911 dispatchers had been eavesdropping on his chat with friends on selling drugs.

Matthew Dollarhide was driving a tow truck in Florida when all of a sudden he was being pulled over by police.

Officers asked him about his conversation with his two passengers and asked why they were talking about the sale of drugs.

Dispatchers wer…

Teen Made Over 400 Fake 911 Calls

A New York teenager was arrested for making 404 prank calls to 911.

16-year-old Dean Whylie had been calling 911 since May 2012 and disguised his voice as a girl reporting bogus incidents about shots being fired, road accidents and police officers in need of assistance.

Police had difficulty tracing the calls as Whylie used two cellphones that had not been activated and can only mak…

Woman Asks $300,000 from Police to Pull Over

A woman demanded a “fee” of $300,000 from police for her to pull over after a bizarre car chase.

It all began when Jennifer Herring, 37, of Myrtle Beach, refused to stop for a traffic violation.

Despite the deputy’s blue lights and siren, Herring kept driving about 70 mph in a 45 zone.

She called 911 through her cellphone to negotiate with the dispatcher her asking price of $300,000…