CT Man Calls 911 for a Beer Run

A Bridgeport, Connecticut man was arrested after making his 79th false alarm call to 911 this year. Apparently the controversial 79 strikes and you’re out policy is in full effect. Why was he arrested this time and not the first 78? Because this time, his third false alarm call of the day, when emergency medical personnel and firefighters arrived at his house, he offered them money to go to the store and get some beer for him. He was released on $500 bail. The lesson: buy your beer BEFORE you make your false alarm calls. Just looking out for your safety.


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