This 911 Operator Is Facing Criminal Charges After Hanging Up On Emergency Calls

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For many emergencies, your best bet would be to pick up the phone and call 911 for help. Operators stand at the ready to help you out – unless, of course, they don’t feel like talking.

Recently, a couple from Houston filed a complaint against 43-year-old Creshenda Williams, a former 911 operator who allegedly hung up on their call during an emergency.

Williams is now facing two counts of interference with an emergency telephone call which is, as the Click2Houston blog describes, “a class A misdemeanor that carries a punishment of up to a year in jail and a $4,000 fine for each count upon conviction.”

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