William Baccus, 62, now has a warrant out for his arrest for allegedly calling 911 Emergency 118 times over the last three years in spite of being warned to only phone during actual emergencies. Baccus called for such things as “getting him a glass of milk and retrieving his remote from across the room” according to Chief Randy Crider.
“Crider told the news station that ties up emergency personnel and requires fire and paramedics to be dispatched to his home for every call,” Zachary Hansen of AJC said.
Baccus, a disabled veteran, has not turned himself in at this time.
“What’s sad is there must be some challenges there,” Justin Farmer, reporter for Channel 2 News, said.