Beer 911 – A Florida man called 911 after his daughter refused to buy him more beer. The man also told the dispatcher that his daughter assaulted him. Officers arrived at the scene and witnessed a very drunk domestic in progress.
Robert Hagerman, 56, claimed his daughter was on drugs, but the wary woman used her cell phone to record his drunken threats, making sure deputies knew who they were dealing with.
Sheriff’s deputies who made the arrest found Hagerman “very intoxicated and uncooperative.” The charge: a false report of a crime. Unfortunately, for Hagerman, no one ever went to the store to buy him more beer.
In early August, a Tennessee man called 911 and asked a dispatcher if she could give him a ride to the liquor store. Allen Troy Brooks, 67, of Columbia, offered to pay her. When the dispatcher refused, he told her she could “come now.”
A Murray County official commented it wasn’t that unusual.
“There has been everything from, ‘Can you bring me a Pepsi so I can burp? I have indigestion’ to ‘My Chia pet died,’ ” she said.
Terry Lynn Kimbell, 50, of Pinellas County, was drunk and wanted some late night food from Taco Bell. But by that time of night, Taco Bell was serving its hot, meaty fast food only through the drive-thru, so he decided to walk through it. When employees refused to serve him, naturally, he called 911.
“I’m at the Taco Bell, and I walked in, and I left my car on purpose, so I wouldn’t drink and drive. I walked up, they wouldn’t serve me,” he told the 911 dispatch operator. She asked, “What are the employees saying?” Kimbell responded, “You can’t walk up, you’ve got to drive up. You got a get a DUI to get a taco. I got the munchies and I walked a quarter mile from here. Are you going to help me out or do I have to get arrested to get home? You know what I’m saying?”