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10. Six-year-old Robbie Richardson, of Massachusetts, wants to be a cop when he grows up, and right now, it doesn’t matter who breaks the law… he’s gonna let them know. One day, Robbie was riding with his dad, Michael, when dad ran a red light while they were out doing errands. Robbie called 911 and reported it. Next thing Robbie’s dad knew, he was on the phone with the dispatcher apologizing for the call… and running the red light.
9. A 12-year-old Ohio boy called police while traveling with his mom to tell them she was drunk. The boy did this last May and police pulled Tanisha Robinson over. Her blood alcohol was above the legal limit and she told police she drank some Vodka at a graduation party. She was convicted of child endangerment. Her son and two younger children in the car were not harmed.
8. A very upset child called 911 on his mom and told police she was throwing stuff at him, including a knife, and that he almost died. When police arrived at the Utah home, they did not find any abuse. Instead, they discovered the woman’s 7-year-old son was upset because mom Cathy didn’t give him any more Oreo cookies. Well, that IS milk’s favorite cookie…
7. Earlier this month, in Aurora, Illinois, Cathy Medernach was taking a walk with her 8-year-old so Caden and dog Baily when Baily ran onto a frozen pond to chase some ducks and fell through. A terrified Cathy went after Baily in a canoe, but it overturned with one swing of the paddle, dumping her as well into the icy waters. Caden sprinted back to his house and called 911, and police and rescue workers were there fast to save Cathy and Baily. Nice job, Caden!
6. A young boy, Cameron Simmons, called police after a fight with his mom. When Sumter, South Carolina officer Gaetano Acerra responded, he learned the fight was because Cameron, who suffered from back pain, had no bed to sleep on, and the inflatable mattress he used kept losing air. The officer also observed that he hardly had any furniture at all in his home, so a few weeks later he returned with a bed, a desk, a chair, a television and a gaming system. Cameron and Acerra are now the best of friends.
5. In Woodbridge, Virginia, a relative responsible for watching a 1-year-old girl was arrested and charged with abandonment of an infant after the 1-year-old herself dialed 911. When police arrived, they found the front door open and the little girl inside alone. Felicita Sorto returned to the home a short time later and was arrested. And yes, I double-checked. It was a 1-year-old. Wow! Highly impressive.
4. Last year, a mother in Mishawaka, Indiana, was charged with child neglect after her 5-year-old son called 911 and told police he was hungry and didn’t know what to do. Danisha Robinson left him and his 10-month-old brother all alone in the home for more than 4 hours, police said. When officers showed up, they brought McDonald’s. The woman was charged with child neglect.
3. In Stonington, Connecticut, a 10-year-old boy called police on his father saying he was drunk and driving at a high rate of speed. The boy said he was so scared, that he might jump out of the car. As the call was being transferred to state police, the car crashed into another vehicle. The boy and his sister were treated at a hospital for lacerations. Their father, Owen Gilman, was arrested and charged with reckless driving, operating under the influence, failure to drive at a reasonable distance, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal sale of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, risk of injury to a minor and assault with a motor vehicle. Or, this could be found in the category of Stupid people driving cars.
2. A 9-year-old and his twin brother of New Salisbury, Kentucky, phoned police because they didn’t know how to handle an overflowing toilet. When police asked them where their parents were, they responded their dad didn’t live there and their mom was at work. Her job, they discovered, was more than 100 miles away in Indianapolis. The mother was arrested on neglect charges.
1. A Florida boy was so thankful for police officers that he dialed 911 and invited them over to the family’s Thanksgiving dinner last month. The boy – identified only as Billy – apparently did not know 911 was to be only used for emergencies. But the communications officer handling the call said it gave the whole department a smile. And later that very Thanksgiving Day, two deputies stopped by Billy’s house to give him a sheriff’s badge and let him sit for a while in their patrol car. Kudos to the Walton County, Florida Sheriff’s Department. What a nice way to deal with the call.
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