Saturday, October 21, 2006

Achy Breaky Heart

I'm sorry that you say Billy Ray Cyrus is your estranged lover and seeing him on television is upsetting, but I do not believe that is a police matter.


Blogger frhe sjgg said...

Oh, you've got to be kidding me !!!! I could NOT have kept a straight face hearing that one --

Be Safe Out There.

Anne Elizabeth

8:58 AM  
Blogger FroneAmy said...

I used to be on great terms with the dispatchers at my husband's old post, and my favorite story of theirs was the guy who called because cockroaches were coming out of his VCR manual. He was certifiable.

That, or it might also be the time the mayor called to complain about several of the officers that he was trying to lay off because they followed him home from the bar. A.) they didn't, and B.) he used several choice words, not realizing the line was taped. Mysteriously it got leaked to the news the next day....

6:22 PM  
Blogger 911Girl said...

911 calls are public record in most states so the "leak" was more likely completely legal :) We had our share of "leaks" about pseudo-famous people as well.

7:28 PM  
Blogger FroneAmy said...

Technically it wasn't a 911 call, but I'm not sure how that is covered. Since that department is in a small town, if you call 911 and tell them what your emergency is and where you live, you get re-routed to the local station. It takes far too long, so most people in the town know to call the direct line, but it's a regular 7-digit number. I don't think a lot of people realize that it's still recorded, even when it's non-emergency. I'm curious as to whether those are also public record? I'd assume so, but that's also probably why nobody got in trouble, despite the mayor trying to get more officers in trouble for the 'leak'.

9:49 AM  

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