Indiana man called 911 repeatedly to report he felt tired, complained about relatives

(The AEGIS Alliance) – A man in Indiana was apprehended by police because he called 911 over and over only to report to dispatchers that he was feeling “tired.”

61-year-old Daniel Schroeder contacted the emergency services number 4 times on Thursday to discuss his tiring situation, Newsweek reported.

“The male caller kept calling in and saying that he was tired,” a police record describing the guy’s apprehension stated.

The incident was not the first time the male resident of Evansville misused the 911 emergency services line, the police report indicates.

Daniel Schroeder had also phoned emergency services on September 11 to complain to authorities that a family member female “was not following his rules.”

Schroeder was initially handed down a 6 months jail sentence, however, the judge stated he will put the sentence on hold if Schroeder stopped his bothersome calls to dispatchers.

Daniel Schroeder violated the conditions of that deal the very next day and will now apparently spend the next 60 days in jail.

Jeffrey Childers – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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