Ithaca_StLondon: johnsoninca: While they were dealing with her child's 911 calls, three violent fugitives pulled off a jail escape, seven neighborhood children went missing, and a "sloth" man was spotted at a local restaurant.This.16 times?The first time would be one time too many and she calls this an honest mistake.
monty666: That doesn't seem fair, but you can see why the penalties are in place.I would sell the kid to pay the fine if it were me.
Real Women Drink Akvavit: Does she have 911 on speed dial or something?
mystapler: So my toddler loves phones. Mr. Mystapler and I decided to give her one of our old deactivated phones to play with. We even charged it so the keys would make noise when pressed. She loved it! She was happily pressing buttons, and we were happily watching her. Then, we heard, "911, what's your emergency?" We both said oh shiate, grabbed the phone, but by that time the operator had hung up already. That is how we discovered that even deactivated phones can call 911. That being said, we decided to buy her a toy phone and keep the real ones out of her reach. Not that difficult. No reason to let the kid call so many times, unless you are using an app as a babysitter or something.
Jon iz teh kewl: hey i could sure use $5000 fine me next!!
johnsoninca: While they were dealing with her child's 911 calls, three violent fugitives pulled off a jail escape, seven neighborhood children went missing, and a "sloth" man was spotted at a local restaurant.
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