Emergency Dispatch Operator Criminally Charged For Hanging Up On People
43-year-old Crendshanda Williams ain’t isht. According to NBCNews, the 911 emergency operator is facing misdemeanor charges for hanging up on people in need because “she did not want to talk to anyone”.
This dirty heffa should be facing worse charges because her laziness and callous attitude might have cost a store manager his life…
In one case, Williams allegedly hung up on Hua Li, an engineer who called to report a robbery in progress on March 12. Li said he had been buying lottery tickets at a RaceWay convenience store on FM 1960 West at Mills Road, when a gunman entered and tried to force his way through the door of a glassed-in security area behind the counter. As two clerks attempted to block the door, Li says he ran from the store and heard several gunshots on his way out. When he got to his car, he called 911 for help.
“They just said, ‘This is 911. How can I help you?’ I was trying to finish my sentence, and we got disconnected,” Li said.
Police said that Williams was the 911 operator, and that she terminated the call within a few seconds.
Li called a second time and got a different operator. By the time police arrived, however, the store manager had been shot and killed.
Can you believe this s#!t???
In a separate incident, Williams allegedly hung up on a security guard calling to report reckless driving and can be heard saying, “Ain’t nobody got time for this. For real,” according to charge documents.
She gotta serve some real time. We’re sure the prosecutors can come up with SOMETHING. No telling how many people could have died messing around with this broad. SMFH.
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