Man Called The Police 98 Times In 6 Hours Asking For Drug Money [VIDEO]

A man from Florida was placed under arrest after calling the Clearwater Police Department, non-stop. In a matter of hours, the authorities say Michael Mott rang their Communications Center a whopping 98 times.

According to reports, Mott said the police have his money and he wants it back.

Here are how some of the calls went:

CPD: Hello? Hello?

Mott: Who is this?

CPD: Clearwater Police Department

Mott: Who is this?

CPD: Nikki.

Mott: Nikki what?

CPD: Sir, can I help you? Do you need the police?

Mott: No. I need my money. But ya’ll holding onto it.

Police say after that, he hung and then, he called again and again, saying things like, “Ya’ll give my money back,” and, “Ya’ll (expletive) better give me my money.” Although he refused to give his name or his location.

In a matter of six hours, Mott allegedly rang 98 different times. Still, each and every one had to be answered.

“They were frequently tied up with nonsense which is not a good thing,” said Rob Shaw, CPD public information officer.

“You never know, that one time he did call, there actually may have been an emergency,” said Tracy Squitieri, police communications manager. “We have to treat every call as if it is an emergency until we know otherwise.”

The money that Mott was referring to had to do with a January drug arrest where police say he sold drugs to officers. During one of the calls, he went so far as to call the chief’s office, berating the person who picked up. Police were eventually able to locate and arrest him.

“He used at least two phones for the calls and I’m told by one of our officers that he even made a couple of the calls in the presence of one of our officers, even after we showed up and confronted him about the misuse of the system,” said Shaw.

Source: Daily Mail


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