Metro Nashville Police charged 55-year-old John Steverson with aggravated misuse of 911 Wednesday, after he called Nashville’s 911 system over two dozen times, asking when officers were coming to kill him.
Jarry Cox, 41, was arrested Wednesday, after police say he called ‘911’ twenty-four times in the previous twenty-two hours, making claims of riots, fires, and assaults. He then blamed it on his 88-year-old mother.
Zachary Winton, 32, called 911 Friday afternoon to report intruders inside his Nashville home. Officers arrived and entered the home to apprehend the reported intruders, but they didn’t exist. They did find a cocaine purification operation, which Winton said he used to give out free cocaine at local Nashville bars.
On Monday (President’s Day), a Nashville 911 operator received a call that stated “This is a game. The point of the game is to find me, and if you find me, there’s going to be a problem. The 49 year old man on the other end of the call would turn out to be Dagan Lara (who changed his legal name from Samuel Joseph Galvan in 1999). According to the MNPD, at 5:32PM the ECC received a 911 call from Dagan Lara, stating that this is a game and the point…