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    Woman Calls 911, Says Boyfriend Won't Marry Her
    Same Person Called 911 Saying She Couldn't Find Car
    Reported by Carley Gordon
    POSTED: 12:56 pm CST November 4, 2009
    UPDATED: 12:02 am CST November 5, 2009

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- Clarksville police said they arrested a woman on Wednesday morning after she repeatedly made non-emergency calls to the city's 911 system.



    Hee Orama, 34, was arrested after police said she recently made frequent calls to 911 complaining about a man lying to her about marrying her.
    Police said they responded to two calls from Orama and explained that this was not an emergency situation and to stop calling.
    Orama then called again and was cited by police and told she would be arrested if she kept calling them with non-emergencies.
    Police said the woman then called a 911 dispatcher a few minutes later but would not say why she called. Police then arrested Orama and took her to the Montgomery County Jail.
    Orama's bond was set at $250.
    Police said Orama's calls cost city workers many hours addressing the situation. 911 supervisor Julie Vogle said they receive non-emergency calls frequently, which often forces two or three officers to respond.
    "If the officers are running emergency traffic, that's putting several lives in danger, including the citizens," said Vogle.
    Police said they also arrested Orama last week for repeatedly calling 911 because she couldn't find her car.


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    "Thank you for calling 9-1-1.Our operators are all currently busy and will take your call in the order in which it was received.To request an operator in English,please press 1 now.Para habla Espanol,something or other Uno.Do you know what your city council can do for you?Please go to the city website and find out!Have a nice day!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by doughesson View Post
    "Thank you for calling 9-1-1.Our operators are all currently busy and will take your call in the order in which it was received.To request an operator in English,please press 1 now.Para habla Espanol,something or other Uno.Do you know what your city council can do for you?Please go to the city website and find out!Have a nice day!"
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    Dropped 9-1-1 call leads police to grow-op

    Times Colonist November 5, 2009

    A dropped 9-1-1 call led to the discovery of a marijuana grow-operation in Langford Wednesday.

    Just before 2 a.m., West Shore RCMP dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call where they could only hear sounds of a scuffle with someone calling out the address in the background.

    Police who arrived at the Claude Avenue duplex were told assistance was no longer required. But Cpl. Gerry Sutherland said officers checked the home to make sure no one was injured, and discovered marijuana being grown in two rooms.

    Officers later obtained a search warrant. The grow-up was found to contain 52 mature marijuana plants, 46 seedlings, 31 clone plants, and drug equipment and paraphernalia.

    A 28-year-old Langford man was arrested. Cultivation, possession and trafficking charges have been recommended to Crown Counsel.

    B.C. Hydro assisted by cutting power to the half-duplex.

    “If someone thinks they’re going to turn away officers after a 9-1-1 call has been made, they are in for a surprise,” Sutherland said.

    © Copyright (c) The Victoria Times Colonist

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