A former 911 operator receives probation after she hung up on thousands of people making emergency calls.
Click2Houston reports Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty of interfering with emergency calls and hanging up when she worked at the Houston Emergency Center before being fired in August 2016.
An audit showed William’s calls were at a high volume of lasting for less than 20 seconds between October 2015 to August 2016. An emergency caller recalled dialing 911 to say he saw two vehicles speeding on a highway where two people died but hung up on by Williams. She told the caller: “Ain’t nobody got time for that”.
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According to other 911 records, Williams hung up on calls relating to robberies and homicides. District Attorney Kim Ogg stated Williams would hang up as she felt she “did not want to talk to anyone during those times”.
A judge sentenced Williams to 18 months probation and 10 days in jail.