Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Drunk arrested for drugs after annoying 911 calls

According to reports from the Norwood, Ohio Police Department, an intoxicated David Childers called 911 repeatedly Monday evening asking a variety of non-emergency questions.

Childers asked about Norwood's drug task force operations and then wanted info on his own probation violations after he allegedly refused to follow terms of his probation on theft, possession of criminal tools, domestic violence, inducing panic and resisting arrest cases.

Childers then demanded to know what his bonds were, and when he was not told, he hung up and called back threatening to sue because he was not guilty.

Police then went to Childers' home where they found prescription drugs that they say were obtained illegally. Childers was arrested on drug charges as well for misusing 911. Bond was set at $1,500. (info from Cincinatti.com)